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Browder spent two of his three years in solitary confinement on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime.
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The police investigation was marred by a catalogue of failures that saw no one convicted until 2012.
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Lula was convicted on charges of personal corruption in 2017 as part of a controversial judicial process.
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Due to timely judicial intervention thousands of Indian prisoners [convicts and under trials] are being released for a limited period in order to decongest the prison during the global pandemic, whereas foreign prisoners are still serving their sentences in prison.
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· 'Governor, let me see my kids before I die': pressure mounts to release elderly women from prisons →
Less than two months before, California granted early release for 3,500 prisoners convicted of nonviolent offenses who were nearing the end of their sentences in an effort to curb the spread of the virus in prisons and jails.
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· Cameras Didn't Save George Floyd. They Can't Stop Police Brutality. →
What’s more, in several high-profile cases, jurors were reluctant to convict, even with eyewitness and body-cam videos capturing wrongdoing.
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A vast majority of offending officers are not convicted.