Prison Law Blog

Sara Mayeux

Friday Roundup

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Be thankful you are not in prison in Oklahoma this week, where 100 degree heat combined with no A/C has put prisoners at risk. So, now for the roundup. This week at KALW The Informant, I noted poll results showing California voters don’t want to build new prisons, assessed why California’s death penalty is so expensive and slow, and rounded up links on the Pelican Bay hunger strike — which may or may not be over, but no one knows for sure since CDCR has banned media access. Also, here are some interesting thoughts from California Corrections Crisis on the pros and cons of incremental reform.

In other news:

Prison litigation around the country:

Written by sara

July 22, 2011 at 8:34 am

Posted in Friday Roundups

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