Lawyers for the state and for a Georgia death row inmate sparred Monday over whether prisoners awaiting execution should have access to information about where the state gets its death penalty drug.
The top federal prosecutor in northern Georgia and the state’s governor say the state and federal governments need to focus on helping former prisoners readjust to life outside prison.
More than 1,200 state prisoners are being targeted by federal immigration authorities for possible deportation due to their strain on Georgia’s prisons and other taxpayer-funded resources. Documents attained under Georgia’s Open Records Act show that […]
The four state prisons in Georgia that were on lock down for almost a week are now back to normal as inmates decided to end their work stoppage. Inmates used cell phones (illegal for inmates […]
Amnesty International is calling on the U.S. to prosecute former President George W. Bush if it turns out he authorized waterboarding.