State Prison

  • (noun): A prison maintained by a state of the U.S..

Some articles on state prison, states, prison, state:

South Woods State Prison
... South Woods State Prison is a state prison for male offenders located in Bridgeton, Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States ...
Montana State Prison - Warden Conley Years - Conley Builds - Conley's Downfall
... While using prison labor to construct the prison itself, roads for the state, and buildings for state institutions, he had also found a way to have the inmates build him an expensive warden's residence ... He also used the produce of the prison ranch and farm to entertain guests like Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D ... Warden of the Montana State Prison was not the only office Frank Conley held he was voted Mayor of Deer Lodge from 1892–1893, 1895–1903, and again from 1907–19 ...
Lockdown (TV Series) - Episode List
... the most violent, powerful, and infamous inmates, this is the last stop in prison purgatory Pelican Bay State Prison, California ... war on one of the greatest scourges in America—prison gangs ... The facility houses the state's most violent offenders, and is populated by numerous gang members ...
The San Quentin Six - Hugo Pinell
... life imprisonment, and placed in San Quentin State Prison ... of attacking a guard and transferred to Folsom State Prison ... well as three others for offenses committed while in prison ...
Leesburg, New Jersey
... Maurice River Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States ... The area is served as United States Postal Service ZIP code 08327 ... As of the 2000 United States Census, the population for ZIP Code Tabulation Area 08327 was 2,666 ...

Famous quotes containing the words prison and/or state:

    People have passed through a very dark tunnel at the end of which there was a light of freedom. Unexpectedly they passed through the prison gates and found themselves in a square. They are now free and they don’t know where to go.
    Václav Havel (b. 1936)

    Boys, when you see the enemy, fire and then run, and as I am a little lame, I will run now.
    —For the State of Rhode Island, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)