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Tennessee Prison Guard Sues CoreCivic Over Inmate Assault, Harassment

A Tennessee woman is suing private prison contractor CoreCivic, claiming her colleagues left her alone with violent male inmates–and then ignored her calls for help. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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Saying "Restitution Comes First," Judge Slashes Prison Sentences For Brothers Convicted Of Running Ponzi Scheme

"The longer you're incarcerated, the longer the victims go without any money…Restitution comes first."  – Ingham County Judge Rosemarie Aquilina A Michigan judge drastically reduced the sentences of twin brothers convicted of operating a multi-million dollar real estate Ponzi scheme, reasoning … Continue reading

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Single Moms Get Sucked Into the Cruelest Debtors’ Prison We’ve Ever Seen

In Lexington County, SC, moms struggling to make ends meet get jailed for weeks or months at a time when they can't afford to pay court fines and fees Twanda Marshinda Brown is a single mom in South Carolina who … Continue reading

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Scott Newsholme Sentenced to Prison

Broker Investigation – Scott Newsholme The White law Group is continuing its investigation into former financial advisor Scott Newsholme. According to reports last week, New Jersey broker Scott Newsholme was sentenced on November 20 to eight-and-half years in prison for … Continue reading

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Former California Medical Doctor Sentenced To Over Three Years In Prison For Unlawfully Prescribing Oxycodone to a Patient. Judge Noted Doctor Did Not Run a Pill Mill But Feeding One Patient's "Habit" Is Enough.

Previously, only physicians who went far over the line and ran "pill mills" got targeted for prosecution. Times have changed. One recent case shows a prosecution for a prescription of opioids to a single patient over a couple of years … Continue reading

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