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WASHINGTON – A Michigan man was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Thomas L. Ludington to 10 months in federal prison and one-year supervised release for a series of hate crimes he committed in June and July of 2020. According to court records, Kenneth D. Pilon, 62, previously pleaded guilty to willfully intimidating and attempting […]

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A judge has sentenced a Michigan man to 10 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to two hate crime charges for intimidating and attempting to intimidate people protesting in support of Black Lives Matter April 19, 2023, 6:54 PM ET • 1 min read DETROIT — A judge sentenced a Michigan man to 10 […]

(CNN) A US citizen of Iranian descent living in California was sentenced to four years in prison Friday for crimes related to the attempted kidnapping plot of Masih Alinejad, a New York-based journalist and human rights activist, according to federal court documents. Niloufar Bahadorifar, 48, pleaded guilty in December for conspiring to violate the International […]

San Quentin Arts in Corrections Art Studio, 2008. Acrylic on canvas. Ronnie Goodman, Courtesy of William James Association The traveling exhibition features artists who have either been or are incarcerated, as well as those whose work aims to shed light on the realities of incarceration, and will be on display at the historic research library […]

CNN  —  A Mississippi man has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison for burning a cross in his front yard to intimidate a Black family, according to a news release from the US Justice Department.

(CNN) A Mississippi man has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison for burning a cross in his front yard to intimidate a Black family, according to a news release from the US Justice Department. Axel Cox, 24, was sentenced to 42 months in connection to the cross burning, which happened in December 2020 […]

Greenbelt, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Deborah L. Boardman sentenced Darryl Colton Frazer, age 34, of Silver Spring, Maryland, yesterday to seven years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release for gun and drug conspiracy charges and for violation of supervised release.  Frazer was convicted of those charges on November 3, 2022, […]

(CNN) The 19-year-old White man who killed 10 people in a racist mass shooting at a grocery store in a predominantly Black area of Buffalo last May apologized to the victims’ families and was sentenced to life in prison during an emotional court hearing Wednesday. “I’m very sorry for all the pain I forced . […]

Charting a Path to 20 Years Rolling back decades of increasingly punitive sentencing structures will be difficult, but all jurisdictions can begin to rein in the local drivers of extreme sentences. The following recommendations offer paths toward a 20-year sentencing cap. Legislative reform strategies should target the statutes and practices that drive extreme sentences while […]


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