Like medieval kings in the 21st century, Wisconsin judges do whatever they please with no recourse under law. Sent someone to prison for loitering..? Whoopsie. Convicted an innocent person of rape..? Aach, burp, better luck next time. Yet, such things happens with terrifying frequency in Wisconsin (and other states). And good luck getting compensation when they finally exonerate and release you. How can a judge possibly make up for wrongfully imprisoning someone..? Watch the video and find out.
While most offenders will complete the full length of their sentences, some inmates will be granted early release from prisons. There are two possible paths to an early release, the first being Compas(...)