How many prisoners does California have?
The state of California has about 120,000 prison inmates. There are 9,000 of those prisoners who are serving life sentences.
Texas has recently surpassed California in having the most prisoners.
Yes, there are private prisons in the state of California. When the public prisons are overflowing, the prisoners are sent to private prisons. Private prisons cost the state millions each year to house prisoners.
California, although Texas has surpassed California in having the most prisoners.
No, they do not.
The state of California dept of Corrections DOES NOT have access to a prisoners trust fund. A trust fund is exempt.
there were 1000 prisoners and cells
there is no prison so there will be no prisoners
how many prisoners are serving life sentences in the state of North Carolina how many prisoners are serving life sentences in the state of North Carolina
If you are asking how many prisoners passed through the gaol its about 50,000
700 prisoners can fit in Alcatraz
There were 6 prisoners and 264 guards.
It is the prison's manual for the governance of prisons and the treatment of prisoners, parolees etc.
That varied a lot. A few prisoners became Kapos and were abominably cruel to the prisoners that they supervised. It is worth mentioning that many of the homosexuals who perished were by killed by other prisoners.
Germany took about 1.8 million French prisoners of war.
The prisoners there are mistreated and are denied many basic rights. Even though, as war prisoners and not American citizens, they shouldn't be entitled to these rights.
hardly any, many prisoners died of starvation
Around 200,000 political prisoners were systematically murdered during the Holocaust.
As of February 2010 only 198 prisoners remain in Guantanamo Bay Detention Facilities.
Seven prisoners. The people were told there were political prisoners but it was a lie. It was just seven random criminals.
The Aztecs captured them and made them prisoners. The prisoners were then used as a sacrifices in the Aztecs many religious festivals. Some Aztec wars (Flower Wars) were waged for the specific purpose of getting prisoners for future sacrifice.
Japanese and most German prisoners remained confined to Allied camps. Many Italian prisoners were allowed out to work on farms in Britain and Australia and in many cases left the camps for the duration of the war. As for Allied prisoners in Axis hands, the Japanese and to a lesser extent the Germans required prisoners to work, in the case of the Japanese, often to death.
it held many famous prisoners
The holocaust prisoners worked from dusk till dawn. 12 hours a day.
It largely depended on who was fighting against who and in which war. For example the Japanese in WW2 treated their POWs abominably, but few indeed became prisoners themselves. The Russians too treated their prisoners terribly. Many Russian prisoners themselves were forced to fight for the Germans.
Miserable! There were too many Union prisoners, and not enough food, drinking water, or shelter. Thousands of prisoners died.
They killed a lot of them, many were shot or starved, but the thing that killed most of the prisoners was the death marches that the prisoners were forced to undertake. This involved the prisoners, who were already worn out and undernourished, to walk hundreds of miles in extremely cold weather, without any protection or warm clothes, and millions of prisoners died that way.
more than 100000
It's because prisoners must be tried in the area where the crime was committed.
Texas has the largest population of death row inmates in the United States, followed by California, then Florida.
How many people were in the Bataan Death March?
200,000 people survived
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20,000 per year
He had too many prisoners.
Many prisoners on both sides.
Yes, it was another way to assert dominance over the prisoners, there were many rules about the use of them and there were severe punishments for prisoners without a hat. Prisoners would hold their hats tightly when asleep as not to lose them.
The collective nouns for prisoners are a pity of prisoners, a gang of prisoners.
Most of the prisoners were eventually let go but about 6,500 prisoners died in Iowa Prsions and camps
There were two prisoners one on each side of Jesus, but only the one that repented went to paradise.
Well, few prisons do not allow the prisoners to watch tv. Some prisoners are allowed to. It depends which prison you are in. Many do not have televisions.
how many prisoners were in the debtors prison from 1800 1870
many American prisoners were killed.
They were used as slaves and workers.
0, it isn't a prison anymore.