The feature segment on this episode is about individuals being held in prison past their release date. The case was brought up to the New York Court of Appeals, and they said that this isn’t unconstitutional.

 

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[39:15] NY Court of Appeals Says Prison Post-Sentence Detention is Constitutional

[59:42] https://theappeal.org/texas-elections-defund-police-voters/

[1:03:05] https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/21/opinion/sunday/coronavirus-prisons-jails.html

[1:06:33] https://theappeal.org/andrew-cuomo-promised-criminal-justice-reforms-but-new-york-is-still-waiting/

[1:11:10] https://theappeal.org/kyle-rittenhouse-bought-his-freedom-kalief-browder-could-not/

[1:16:51] https://www.propublica.org/article/a-state-prosecutor-was-fired-for-speaking-out-against-jail-time-for-people-who-fall-behind-on-rent

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