Pa. Supreme court case challenges parole ban for felony-murder convictions
Lawyers for the appellants, who were teens when they were convicted and spent decades behind bars, call it a 'first-of-its-kind' case.
Prison Gerrymandering: Who counts in Pennsylvania? That depends on who’s counting | Opinion
Incarceration should not obliterate civic engagement – or inflate long-standing imbalances of power.
Hunger strike ends at Pa. prison; organizers proclaim it a success
The hunger strike by more than 20 incarcerated men at State Correctional Institution-Phoenix in Montgomery County over prolonged solitary confinement is now over.
Activists sue Allegheny Co. judge, charging he blocked virtual access to courtroom
“Courts operate openly, not in secret, and this judge cannot be allowed to escape scrutiny while refusing to implement common sense strategies to prevent the spread of COVID-19,” one advocate said.