On Thursday, U.S. Attorney General William Barr ordered the federal Bureau of Prisons to release a number of inmates to home confinement. But are the algorithms used to decide who gets released racially biased?
U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Thursday directed the Bureau of Prisons to increase the use of home confinement among older inmates with underlying conditions as a means to mitigate the spread of coronavirus within the country's prison system.
Attorney General William Barr said he has directed the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to expand its use of home confinement for inmates in appropriate cases, as the coronavirus has continued to spread in the federal prison system
@PeteWilliamsNBC reports that Attorney General Barr has directed the Bureau of Prisons to permit home confinement for SOME federal prisoners who complete a 14 day quarantine.
Attorney General William Barr directed the the federal government Thursday to resume capital punishment after nearly two decades and has directed the Bureau of Prisons to schedule the execution of five inmates after adopting an updated execution protocol.
Attorney General William Barr announces the appointment of a new director for the Bureau of Prisons amid the scandal over Jeffrey Epstein's suicide while in federal custody
Attorney General William Barr has removed the acting director of the Bureau of Prisons from his position more than a week after millionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein took his own life while in federal custody