After pleading guilty to two federal firearm violations in June, Deja Taylor, the 26-year-old mother whose 6-year-old son shot his first-grade teacher in the chest at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia, in January, will now have to spend 21 months in prison.
Stories in Prison
The Supreme Court in Nepal denied the application of a Nepali pastor and upheld the high court judgement of a one-year prison term and fine, even after there were no witnesses to establish the allegation of proselytization, said the pastor himself.
A California judge ruled Wednesday that Harvest Bible Chapel founder James MacDonald's diagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder makes him eligible for a mental health diversion program that would keep him out of prison for allegedly attacking a 59-year-old woman.
World-renowned author J.K. Rowling said she'd rather go to prison for two years than repeat the lie that “trans women are women.”
A Christian preacher who held a sign with a Bible verse on it inside an abortion clinic "buffer zone" could be sent to prison.
A lawsuit alleges a female inmate was sexually assaulted by a biologically male transgender prisoner in a New Jersey women’s prison, accusing the state’s Department of Corrections and prison staff of failing to intervene.
Reactions from both sides of the abortion divide have come rolling in after the recent convictions of five pro-life activists who were found guilty of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act (FACE Act).