Lock Up: U.S. Mass incarceration Leads World, Destroying Potential!

  Sadly our country locks up more people than anyone else in the world. So,  I cant help think about Ice Cube’s quote  “in any country, prison is where society sends it’s failures But in this country, society itself is failing.” This  mass incarceration of our population (which begin during the 1980s so-called “War on Drugs”)  has had a devastating impact …

Top 5 Secrets of the Private Prison Industry

Source: Nicole Goodkind/Yahoo.Com   There are 2.3 million prisoners behind bars in the United States, costing the federal government about $55 billion a year. Ten percent of all prisons in the U.S. are privately operated. The Daily Ticker embarked on an investigation to take you behind the scenes of this unique and secretive industry. In 1984 the Corrections Corporation of …

Attorneys Must Aggressively Fight Mass Incarceration

The United States has the most prisoners in the World! In fact, more than 1.57 million inmates sat behind bars in federal, state, and county prisons and jails around the country as of December 31, 2013, and experts estimate more than 12 million people being arrested across the country each year. So, it is clear that while the criminal justice …