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What It Feels Like to Lose a Family Member on Death Row
The execution of a prisoner on death-row usually results in the beginning of a new trauma for the family members they leave behind.
What's It Like to Be a Prison Chaplain to Death-Row Inmates?
Richard Lopez, a former prison chaplain, spoke to A&E Real Crime about how murderers on death row come to embrace a higher power while awaiting execution.
What It's Like to Work an iPhone After Being in Prison for 25 Years
A&E Real Crime spoke with Michael Santos, who spent 25 years in prison, about what it was like to enter a world so dependent on technology after being incarcerated for so long.
Unusual Jail Sentences: When the Punishment Really Fits the Crime
Most convicts serve time in jail or prison for crimes where incarceration is an option, but in some cases, judges think quite literally outside the box and issue punishments intended to fit the crime.