Benjamin Schreiber claimed that his life sentence was served when he was rushed to the hospital and his heart was restarted five times.
With reports of a possible "The Apprentice: White House" being produced, Twitter users were quick to roast the series, offering that "The Apprentice: Prison" may be a better title.
"The smuggling of drugs into the state prison is an ongoing battle," Sheriff W.E. Bozeman of Georgia's Mitchell County said in a press release.
Former correctional officer David M. Schwartz, 48, admitted in his plea agreement to punching the detainee in the face "while he was handcuffed and posing no threat."
Knox has known both fame and prison in the years since she was wrongfully accused of murdering her roommate, Meredith Kercher, while studying abroad in Perugia, Italy in 2007.
Lawyers in Colorado could face an influx of retrials as the Colorado Supreme Court has ruled against probation and prison for multiple counts in the same case.
James Franklin Jeffrey told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday that the government does not know exactly how many Islamic State militants have been freed.
North Carolina inmate Mikel Brady may receive the death penalty for participating in the murder of four prison workers in a failed escape bid in 2017.
Solitary confinement may violate the constitutional rights of prisoners according to a North Carolina lawsuit.
Thomas Haining shook his three-week-old daughter Mikayla Haining while looking after her in June 2017, inflicting "catastrophic and unsurvivable" brain injuries.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said fresh reports suggested that inmates were fleeing Federal Correctional Complex Beaumont to pick up contraband. It was far from the first time.
Largely operating in Tidewater, Virginia, the trafficking ring involved 10 adult women and two underage girls.
Thousands of ISIS fighters are being held by Kurdish-led forces in northeastern Syria, but the Turkish assault threatens the security of the detention centers there.
Psychoactive drugs like Spice have become a serious problem in prisons, where authorities have struggled to stem their flow and use.
Some 2,500 ISIS foreign fighters remain in Kurdish prisons in northeastern Syria, but the Turkish operation may threaten the security of such facilities.
The woman gave birth in her prison cell at HMP Bronzefield in Ashfield, England, in the middle of the night.
Tsang Chi-kin, 18, is the first person to have been shot with live ammunition since the beginning of mass anti-government protests in June.
A group of former inmates at an Arizona prison say they were served meat labelled "not for human consumption," echoing several other claims made by prisoners allegedly served unfit meat in recent years.
The prisoner, who has a history of violent behavior, was later caught by police after a citizen spotted him.
Anti-government protesters have been marching against a ban on some opposition parties in the upcoming Moscow city parliament elections.
Alvin Kennard, convicted to a life sentence for theft of $50.75, had his term resentenced August 28 to time served and was ordered to be released.
"The lack of any sort of compassion is astounding," Mari Newman, the female inmate's lawyer, said.
"We trust hospital staff to treat us in emergencies, not take advantage of our vulnerability," said Assistant District Attorney, Kaitlin Kaufmann after the sentencing of nursing aide Ernesto Pedraza, 53.
Twenty years after being declared "actually innocent" in the drive-by shooting of 19-year-old Karen Summers, Demarco Carpenter was charged with shooting with intent to kill an acquaintance in North Tulsa.
On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy showed that his hyoid bone was broken.
"Steven Avery has numerous issues pending before the appellate court that could reverse his conviction and result in a new trial being granted."
In 2014, Judge Robert E. Crowley sentenced Albert Flick to less than four years behind bars, insisting Flick "is going to age out of his capacity to engage in this conduct."
The prisoner used a plastic spoon to pull out one of his eyes, then began trying to gouge the other eye. Now he's suing the prison and warden for understaffing.
Inmates will also be offered the freedom to cook meals, more gym time and the ability to choose their own shower times.
Land O' Lakes Detention Facility inmate Charles White, 40, mailed a postcard last month to associate Shaun Yeomans, 41, also locked up in the Pasco County jail, requesting the hit of a third inmate, 21-year-old Lionel Florez.