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Life Inside January 21
Doing time during a pandemic can mean fighting for your turn to wash your body or call your family. Inside one man’s battle with an inaudible loudspeaker, weary guards and a dysfunctional process.
Coronavirus December 21, 2020
As COVID-19 infections soar, prisoners and corrections officers worry that transferring people between facilities is causing outbreaks.
Coronavirus June 3, 2020
The Supreme Court gave teens sentenced to life in prison a shot at freedom. Many are still waiting.
Coronavirus May 28, 2020
Some prison systems aren’t collecting race data. Others won’t disclose it. Experts say these are big mistakes.
Coronavirus May 13, 2020
Some sheriffs are buying ultraviolet light machines traditionally used by hospitals.
Life Inside April 1, 2020
“I tell my husband to keep my son in another room, while I put my uniform in a trash bag and take a long shower.”
Life Inside August 29, 2019
“If you move the wrong way—ticket. You look the wrong way—ticket. Breathe—ticket.”
Life Inside June 27, 2019
“Panic ensued as everyone braced for the inevitable attack.”
Looking Back April 9, 2019
It’s been nearly 25 years since Michigan adopted a controversial visitation policy. Families have been fighting it ever since.
Life Inside March 21, 2019
Exercising my right to a jury trial cost me years of my life.