. IDENTIFYING DATA: The patient is a 29 year old AA male currently serving 25 year setence for COCAINE-SALE/MANUF/DELIV (X6) COCAINES POSSESSIONN (X6) GUN/W/DEADLY/WPN (x3). He entered FLDOC 4/7/2010 TRD:10/03/2033. This is his first prison term in the state of Florida. II.
Over a century ago in 1875 the construction began in what is now known as the Yuma Territorial Prison. Known to be one of many of Yuma’s historical artifacts the Territorial Prison was in operation for thirty three years, holding up to 3,069 prisoners and obtaining its first prisoner on July 1, 1876. Although the Yuma Territorial Prison was viewed as having a bad reputation, it actually treated the inmates fairly well. The prison maintained rules which were enforced and followed by the inmates. The way they lived within the prison and sadly the way some died while incarcerated there at the prison.
During their trial the brothers tried to prove that they were not in their right state of mind during the robbery (Yoong, 2012). They started exhibiting behaviors in the court room like banging their head on the table etc. The courts were not convinced and still sentenced these individuals with the death penalty. In my opinion, this criminal defense is often raised a lot today, because individuals are aware of the insanity defense and will try to use it to get out of
Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning was recently set for 21 days in solitary confinement, after a search of her cell following a near altercation in the cafeteria. She spent the time leading up to it in indefinite solitary confinement until the hearing. The guards finding expired toothpaste, the memoirs of Malala Yousafzai, a magazine(the Caitlyn Jenner magazine cover), with Chelsea herself being a transgendered individual who has wrote multiple op-eds for several different publications regarding government, technology, and gender. Manning is more famously known for her role in the disclosing to WikiLeaks 750,000 classified, or sensitive military and diplomatic documents and material. Material such as a Baghdad airstrike July
Otto Warmbier dies days after returning to the United States Otto Warmbier, an American college student, was released after being imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months. Afterwards, he died a week later at the University of Cincinnati Medical Centre. On January 2nd, 2016, Warmbier was arrested at the Pyongyang Airport for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster from his hotel room. In a one-hour trial, he confessed to stealing the poster. For this reason, he served a 17-month prisoner’s sentence fulfilled with hard labour.
Three got sentenced to life in prison these included; Rudolf Hess, Walther Funk, and Erich Raeder. Four got prison terms from 10-20 years; Karl Doenitz, Baldur von Schirach, Albert Speer, and Konstantin von Neurath. The court set Hjalmar Schacht, Franz von Papen, and Hans Fritzsche free. The death sentences got carried out on October 16, 1946. But Goering committed suicide shortly before his execution, and Bormann remained missing.
Solitary confinement is the act of housing a convict for 22-23 hours a day in an isolated cell, completely free from any human contact for an extended period of time. Going from days to possibly decades while sitting in these cells. There are more than 80,000 men, women, and children in solitary confinement in prisons across the United States according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Not including thousands more in jails, juvenile facilities, immigration detention centers and military prisons. After experiencing confinement some inmates suffer from negative mental health effects that can possibly lead to suicide.
As stated earlier 200,000 people end up in prison in each year which brings it to around 48,000 prisoners having mental health problems because of being in prison. Students on the other hand get out at the end of the day and get their freedom from being in school for only a few hours each weekday. According to the National Center for Education Statistics website, each state in the United States children at least go to school for 179 days and 6 hours per day a year (2018). A student only has to give up around 1,074 out of 8,760 hours a year to learn in school. An inmate when completing his sentence gives up every hour of their freedom because of their crime(s) they have committed.
The highest number of inmates recorded at Alcatraz came out to 302, and the lowest number 222. On average, inmates would stay around eight years before they would transfer to a new facility. On record, 36 prisoners were involved in attempts to escape Alcatraz in the 29 years of operation. Although, most escapees were either captured, shot, or presumed drowned in the high current waters of San Francisco Bay. Though two inmates actually made it off of the island, they were found quickly and brought back to Alcatraz.
“Two of the other suspects made deals with the prosecutor, pleading guilty to second-degree murder and naming Andy as the triggerman,” but that was not the reason why he was convicted, but for being part of a carjacking at the time of Lohrmeyer’s murder. He got sentenced to life without parole. The decision of whether young criminals should be tried in juvenile courts or adult courts has created a lot of controversy throughout the years. Juveniles should be tried as juveniles. Being tried according to their age is fairer.
Only about 6,887 illness records were recorded out of 20,000 people. From December to June it is estimated that about 1800 to 2500 people died (document a). In Dr. Waldo’s diary it says that even though it was a hard and miserable 9 months, everyone was still cheerful and
On April 22, 2016 eight family members were found dead in their house in rural southern Ohio. All eight family members were shot in the head “execution style” while they were sleeping, including a mother who was sleeping next to her 4 days old infant. The newborn along with a 3 year old and a 6 month survived according to authorities. Victims were shot in their sleep at four residences. Seven of the eight victims lived walking distance to each other and the eighth victim lived about eight miles away.