New dad caught using mobile phone in prison to get updates on his premature baby
Drug dealer Kade Reynolds could have been released but will now spend more time in jail after being caught with a prohibited item Kade Reynolds, 25, was a serving prisoner at HMP Parc in Bridgend at the time of the offence.
Actor released three days early from her brief stint after pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal, a prison official said.
Actress Felicity Huffman was released early from federal prison after serving 11 days of her 14 - day sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal.
Felicity Huffman has been released three days early from her 14-day prison sentence for her participation in the college admissions scandal.
Huffman, who has won an Emmy, Golden Globe and three Screen Actors Guild Awards for her work on Desperate Housewives, was serving her time at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, which is based 35 miles east of San Francisco. A low-security prison, it also holds around 1,200 other female inmates.
Teen drove through seven red lights and hit prison wall while being chased by police
Joel Tottle failed to stop when an officer turned on his blue flashing lights . Sentencing him at Cardiff Crown Court, Judge Nicola Jones said: “This was in the city centre so the potential for harm was enormous.” The court heard an officer saw Tottle drive off from Cardiff Bay Retail Park “at speed” down Ferry Road in the early hours of April 12. Pamela Kaiga, prosecuting, said he drove towards Butetown Tunnel and another officer followed him from the Queen’s Road roundabout.
The Desperate Housewives actress, 56, served 12 days of her 14 day prison sentence after she pleaded guilty to the charges.
Felicity Huffman has been released three days early from her 14 - day prison sentence for her participation in the college admissions scandal.
Prison records previously revealed that Huffman was supposed to be released on Sunday, but instead she was allowed to leave on Friday. A prison official told NBC News that this is a regular policy for inmates that are due to be released on weekends.
After pleading guilty to her role in these federal charges, which saw her pay $15,000 for a proctor to correct her daughter’s SAT questions, Huffman was also ordered to pay a fine of $30,000. Now that she has been released, Huffman will also have to perform 250 hours of community service.
Iran frees British-Australian woman from jail while other still held
A British-Australian woman who was jailed in Iran has been released, while another dual national is still being held, according to the Australian foreign minister. Jolie King and her Australian boyfriend, Mark Firkin, have been freed and will return to Australia, after charges against them were dropped.Marise Payne told reporters: "It is with some enormous relief that I announce that they have been released and returned."However Ms Payne confirmed British-Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert is still in Tehran's notorious Evin prison where she has been for almost a year, having reportedly been handed a 10-year sentence.
The actress Felicity Huffman left a federal courthouse in Boston on Friday beside her husband, the actor William H. Macy, left.CreditCreditScott Eisen In the end, a federal judge in Boston sentenced Ms. Huffman to 14 days in a federal prison on Friday. She was the first parent to face punishment in
Actress Felicity Huffman was released early from federal prison after serving 11 days of her 14 - day sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal.Oct.
The release of Huffman, who was previously nominated for an Academy Award for her role in 2005’s Transamerica, has now served her time, now means more attention will turn to Full House actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, who have have pleaded not guilty to similar charges made against them.
The pair have been accused of paying $500,000 (£390,000) in bribes so their two daughters could gain entry to the University Of Southern California. The case against Loughlin won’t be heard in court until early 2020, and if she is found guilty of the three charges her prison time is almost certainly going to far exceed Huffman’s 11 days.
"Paranoid" Coatbridge prisoner slashed gangland hitman from neck to eye .
Paul Shields, 33, sliced 57-year-old Raymond Anderson’s head and neck with a razor blade in a hall at HMP Shotts in August. The High Court in Edinburgh heard that Shields attacked the gangland killer after hearing rumours from fellow inmates about how Anderson wanted to assault him. On Monday, judge Lord Kinclaven heard Shields had developed mental health problems in the weeks running up to the attack. Defence advocate Drew McKenzie said his condition made him determined to confront Anderson. However, Lord Kinclaven imposed an extended sentence on Shields.