Letter From The Editor
March 5, 2019
March | Debate
March | Debate
Yesterday, franknews received a tip about an appealed case denying temporary release to an especially vulnerable incarcerated person during the COVID outbreak. His case will be back in court this Thursday – resulting in either a confirmation or reversal of his temporary release from the custody of the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, as was articulated in Supreme Court.
This brings forward an issue and debate we’re invested in – the protection and rights of incarcerated people during this pandemic.
This case – also in New York State – pushes the debate further. Should the state incorporate vulnerability into their criteria for release and parole? Who is ultimately accountable and responsible for a timely address of requests by inmates and their legal representatives? How should the process be expedited for extreme circumstances?
A Closer Look at Jalil Muntaqim’s Case:
The issue at large:
The following is a letter of in support of Jalil from The New York State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic And Asian Legislative Caucus :
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