Video visitation services are already available in more than 600 penal institutions, and the upward trend shows few signs of the growing trend slowing down.
Feb. 1, a federal judge reviewing how Florida handles restoration of felons’ voting rights ruled it unconstitutional, because the process gives the Florida Executive Clemency
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled on October 2, 2017 that a raised middle finger, without more, amounts to constitutionally protected speech that cannot be grounds
By Christopher Zoukis The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has issued a stinging opinion in which it firmly rebukes the retaliatory
By Jean Trounstine and Christopher Zoukis It shouldn’t be surprising to hear federal prisoner and prisoner rights advocate Christopher Zoukis, who has written four
When Americans think of prison censorship, images of prison guards throwing away letters come to mind. So too do images of books and publications like
Image courtesy prisonlegalnews.org By Christopher Zoukis Last month, a small, black-and-white newsprint magazine quietly made a case in a Florida courtroom to protect the fundamental
By Christopher Zoukis On October 21, 2014, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed into law the Revictimization Relief Act (HB 2533/SB 508), which enabled victims of