The decades-long saga of Michael Morton, who was wrongfully convicted of killing his wife.
Voices from the inside of New York City’s infamous jail.
On the penalties imposed – or not – on prison guards who have sex with inmates.
A federal judge resents the harshness of mandatory drug sentences.
“If you’re a glass is half-full kind of person, you’d say they’re repurposing the abandoned coal mine” and using it to create jobs, says Wright. “And if you're a glass is half-empty kind of person, you'd say it's pretty unconscionable that you’re putting people in cages at gunpoint and putting them in toxic waste sites.”
Investigating the death of Rikers Island women’s jail inmate Jackie Caquias, and other abuses of women prisoners’ access to medical care.
The events leading up to the botched execution of Clayton Lockett.
Harsh sentences have given us an aging prison population, and all the medical problems that come with age are beginning to choke the system.
In 1965, Wheat was sentenced to death for armed robbery and murder. When his sentence was commuted, he decided to devote the rest of his life to helping people.
After robbing two video stores with a friend, Rene Lima-Marin was sentenced to almost 100 years in prison. Then, due to a clerical error, he was released 88 years too early.
The strange situation of Huntsville, Texas.