More than 1,000 Department of Correction employees and 600 incarcerated people have the virus.
Feds find that prison officials put kids in punitive solitary confinement, provide inadequate mental health and special education services.
The data will help show how police use force, along with the demographics of those who are subjected to it.
William Lamprecht told his sentencing judge, “I’m immunocompromised, you know. I’m 62 years old. It’s just a little scary.”
Originally serving 75 years for several violent crimes, Cox could have died in prison if his sentence hadn’t been commuted.
Over 600 corrections employees can test weekly in lieu of being vaccinated against COVID-19, a CT Mirror analysis has found.
Congress is poised to take action that would put the responsibility for prosecuting sexual assault cases on independent military lawyers.
Students around the country have protested their schools’ handling of sexual assault as more are on campus after pandemic-disrupted years.
Chief State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo Jr. says his hiring of a state budget official’s daughter is under review.
The lockdown at Manson has advocates worried that incarcerated youth aren’t getting the services they need – or being vaccinated.
The justices appeared starkly divided on whether to uphold the protections guaranteed by Roe v. Wade,
Decline is the steepest in years. and includes a 42% drop in sexual offenses.
Now there is a path to freedom for Michael Cox, who spent 30 years in prison for murder and assault.
The case moves now to a jury to decide what damages Jones owes the families.
Many given a hearing have been in prison for longer than they were alive at the time of their crimes.