80 charged in Md.’s largest prison corruption case

he U.S. Attorney’s office announced that 80 individuals – including prisoners and correctional officers – will be charged in the Maryland’s largest crackdown on racketeering.

Congress Moving to Aid Prisoners with “Second Chance” in Society

This legislation reauthorizes and changes the distribution of grant funding to public and private programs aiding ex-prisoners allocated in the original bill passed in 2008.

Bill Would Remove Governor from Decision-Making on Parole for Lifers

About 2,100 People Serving Life Sentences in State are Eligible for Parole

Baltimore program provides job support for ex-prisoners coming home

At Jericho, a Baltimore City-based program that helps former prisoners get jobs, counselors start with the basics — how to dress for an interview, write a resume and prepare for interviews.