Excerpts from this story referencing "Florida":
"… ment of Corrections informed her that JPay Inc., a private company in Florida, would begin handling all deposits into inmates’ accounts. Sending a mo …"
"… t year, when her son was sentenced to 20 days in jail in St. Lucie County, Florida, for reckless driving, Linda wanted to buy him a second pair of underwear …"
"… r, she was instructed to make the money order out to JPay and send it to a Florida post office box. The company would credit it to Eddie’s account. Under …"
"… e fees related to his business. He said he did not know, for example, that Florida now charges its own fee for money order deposits after JPay processes the …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "OCR":
"… complaints The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released on May 1 this list of the higher education institutions under in …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "lawyer":
"… I'd never even heard of it. I grew up in this area … and was just, as a lawyer, was just appalled at the lack of process that was given to George Stinney …"
"… that unfortunately can lead to false confessions,” says Joe McCulloch, a lawyer in South Carolina's capital city of Columbia who directs the state chapter …"
"… rly points in another direction, and everything will be OK once they get a lawyer. That, and myopic decision making, is much worse with young people than a …"
"… segregated Deep South town that wanted revenge. Steve McKenzie, the lead lawyer working to have the Stinney case re-heard, in order to right what he …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Annie E. Casey Foundation":
"… co-authors of this article, has written frequently in recent years for the Annie E. Casey Foundation, which is currently working as an unpaid consultant in Georgia to help sta …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Pentagon":
"… storm of outrage over sexual assaults within the U.S. military struck the Pentagon with intense fury on May 7, with public expressions of regret by top milit …"
"… sals for reporting sexual assaults despite recent efforts by the Pentagon officials to encourage such reports — suggesting a widespread belie …"
"… a vastly unreported crime,” Army Maj. Gen. Gary Patton, director of the Pentagon’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, acknowledged to reporte …"
"… were false, or punishments were meted out for nonsexual misbehavior. The Pentagon’s report acknowledged that military authorities weren’t always prepare …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Tripoli":
"… t some later date. His current location is unknown. Documents captured in Tripoli in 2011, after Gaddafi’s fall, suggest that the U.S. sent Libya at least …"
"… Bangkok before his rendition to Libya. He became the new security chief in Tripoli following the death of the Libyan strongman. The release of “Globalizin …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Wendy Murphy":
"… is monstrous bill all wrapped up in nice sounding language,” says lawyer Wendy Murphy, a prominent victim advocate. She believes the bill, stripped of that mand …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Youth Services International":
"… ng. Thompson Academy, a low-security facility in Broward County, is run by Youth Services International, a private company that holds $81.8 million in Florida government contract …"
"… cy” to reward certain behavior. In subsequent court filings, lawyers for Youth Services International strongly denied the allegations, calling them a “torrent of unsubstantia …"
"… antiated and irrelevant accusations.” The public defenders’ fight with Youth Services International was not the company’s first legal skirmish in Florida. The Southern Pove …"
"… leged that a 14-year-old boy had been sexually assaulted at Thompson, sued Youth Services International in 2010. That suit was resolved in May 2011 with a sealed settlement. Week …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "California Republican Party":
"… nion gave the California Democratic Party $60,000. On March 9, it gave the California Republican Party $15,000. And on May 30, it gave $10,000 to a newly minted California Black …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Sonia Sotomayor":
"… by Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anthony M. Kennedy and Sonia Sotomayor.In a dissent, Chief Justice John G. Roberts echoed Alabama and Arkansas’ …"