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In Depth (Women in Prison) #759257

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 10, 2004
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The case of Martha Stewart, who will be sentenced next week, noted.

(Chicago: Jeannie Ohm) The changing face of America's crowded prisons & jails with more women behind bars examined; statistics cited. [Denver Women's Correctional Facility warden Joan SHOEMAKER†- says the increase of women has been dramatic.] [University of Illinois at Chicago professor Beth RICHIE†- says there are more high-profile cases of women like Stewart charged with crimes.] [Colorado department of corrections executive director Joe ORTIZ†- says the system is strained.] [Inmates April DULIFER, Jeannette MEDINA‡- react to their situation.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Ohm, Jeannie

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