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8.164 documents for prison visits
  • SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -Illinois prisons "aren't country clubs," Gov. Pat Quinn said Friday in rejecting the notion news reporters should be let inside to see conditions in the crowded system for themselves. Letting journalists visit the prisons is a security risk, the Chicago Democrat said, and taxpayers will have to trust his administration's experts on how the system is run. That's my decision," Quinn said.

  • The Alexander Maconochie prison in Australia's Capital Territory has decided to let gay inmates receive conjugal visits six times a year....

  • ... of order in courts, the transfer of prisoners, the external guarding of prisons, the trial of ... matters of general interest, educational visits, and excursions. School for Further Training and ...

  • ABU GHRAIB, Iraq - The sexual humiliation of Iraqi detainees shown in disturbing photos apparently wasn't the only corruption at Abu Ghraib prison under the watch of overwhelmed, poorly trained American military police. The prison also became the site of an extortion racket in which an Iraqi translator collected hundreds of dollars from families begging for visits with loved ones inside, family members told Knight Ridder.

  • The court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Division of Domestic Relations, Juvenile Branch, denying appellant's motion for a visitation order. Appellant, the father who is incarcerated, sought an order requiring the legal custodians of his preschool-aged daughter to allow the child to visit him in prison. The child had been adjudicated to be a dependent child as an infant. The child's legal custodians are her maternal grandparents. Paternal grandparents were agreeable to transporting the child to the prison for monthly visits. The court of appeals affirmed the trial court's determination that the requested visitation was not in the child's best interest. That determination did not represent an abuse of discretion in light of the totalit...

  • One by one, the women trickle into the gym, their faces breaking into joyful grins as they see their waiting children. Kayonnie Ezell, 11, skips over to meet her mom. After a tight hug, the two walk hand in hand to a quiet corner so Nicole Ezell can fix her daughter's hair.

  • DEAR ABBY: My ex-wife has been spending every weekend visiting her fiance, who is in prison. It is a five-hour round trip from where she lives, so she stays the night in a hotel due to the long drive. If she has our 6-year-old daughter, "Emma," on the weekend, the child goes with her. My ex knows I don't want Emma in a prison. The only way I have to prevent my little girl from having to go is to keep her with me every weekend. My wife is supportive, but she is concerned because we never have a night to ourselves. She says we are enabling my ex's poor choices by taking Emma every time my ex wants to shirk her parental responsibility.

  • SPRINGFIELD - A Heartland Community College professor isn't talking about a recent tour of the Pontiac Correctional Center by her students because she is concerned state prison administrators will bar her from future prison visits. The decision by Jennifer Bursell, an adjunct professor of criminal justice at the community college in Normal, comes two months after Gov. Pat Quinn's administration decided to ban reporters from touring prisons, claiming it is a "security risk.

  • Harold Ghee knew he had to grow up when his 13- and 8-year-old daughters told him they were tired of only seeing him during brief visits to prison. I've been there for birthdays and holidays. Every time they come to see me, when it's time to leave, they [would] break down crying," said Ghee, 31, who has served 8 1/2 years in prison in three separate stints for drug dealing.

  • DEAR ABBY: My ex-wife has been spending every weekend visiting her fiance, who is in prison. It is a five-hour round trip from where she lives, so she stays the night in a hotel due to the long drive. If she has our 6-year-old daughter, "Emma," on the weekend, the child goes with her. My ex knows I don't want Emma in a prison. The only way I have to prevent my little girl from having to go is to keep her with me every weekend. My wife is supportive, but she is concerned because we never have a night to ourselves. She says we are enabling my ex's poor choices by taking Emma every time my ex wants to shirk her parental responsibility.

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