Woman Gets 18 Years In Prison For Kidnapping Infant In 1998A woman who kidnapped a newborn from a Jacksonville hospital two decades ago and raised the child as her own in South Carolina was sentenced Friday to 18 years for kidnapping.
Florida Pharmacy Owner Gets 13 Years For Health Care FraudHealth care fraud is an issue that continues to cause problems despite efforts on many levels to stop it.
Woman Dies After Not Being Given A Flu Shot In Prison, Lawsuit ClaimsThe woman, who was serving a 70-month sentence for assault and drug charges, reportedly started to cough up blood during the outbreak and but wasn't taken to a hospital for three days.
Drones Delivering Contraband To Prisons A Budding ProblemThe days of baking nail files into cakes are long gone.
Men Get Prison After Dragging Kitten Behind Jeep, Posting Video Online18-year-old Kyle Williams and 19-year-old Jordan Hall were both found guilty of animal cruelty after the duo dragged the kitten behind their moving jeep in June of 2017.
Fake Teen Doctor Pleads Guilty, Gets 3 ½ Years In PrisonA fake doctor from Florida will be interacting with real prison inmates for a while.
O.J. Simpson Out Of Prison After 9 Years For Armed RobberyThe day that some thought would never come has arrived.
Jail Official Sentenced To Prison After Denying Medical Care To Dying Diabetic InmateA former Oklahoma jail administrator was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison after the 2013 death of a diabetic inmate that the official allegedly accused of faking an illness.
Ex-Guantanamo Bay Inmate Accused Of Killing U.S. Soldier Gets Apology, Millions From CanadaThe former Guantanamo Bay prisoner received the payment and an apology from the Canadian government after a court ruling said his rights were abused.
Harassed Female Workers At Federal Prison Reach SettlementIt isn’t always the prisoners who suffer inside of a jail.
Court Sides With Prisons Agency In Public Records CaseAn appeals court Monday said the Florida Department of Corrections did not violate the state's public-records law.
Justice Dept. To Phase Out Use Of Private PrisonsThe U.S. Department of Justice says they will be phasing out their use of privately owned prisons.