Sesame Street Explains "Incarceration," Not Why U.S. Imprisons So Many A gloomy woodwind arrangement proceeds the gentle explanation (helpfully paid for by a defense contractor ) of what it means to have a parent incarcerated in the United States today, which seems apt given that since 2002 our country has had the highest incarceration rate in the world. [ more › ]
June 11, 2013 - Gothamist
President Bush in Washington Post With the denial of bail being upheld and incarceration imminent,Bush said, "I believe it is now important to react to that decision."
Reggie B Walton in Forbes The law, Walton said in court documents, "does not appear to contemplate a situation in which a defendant may be placed under supervised release without first completing a term of incarceration."
Antonin Scalia in FindLaw Though Justice Scalia says he is not "minimizing the harsh realities of incarceration," he does precisely that by describing prison life -- a punishment that officially involves a profound and intentional deprivation of liberty and unofficially...