Articles by Rachel Byrd
Rachel Byrd is in her second year of law school, and she is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Rachel went to UNC-Wilmington where she received her undergraduate degree, majoring in Criminology, and minoring in Business and Psychology. Her interests include criminal law, governmental law, and criminal procedure.
What is a Facility Dog? A facility dog is placed with an individual who will use the facility dog within his or her profession. The individual that the dog is placed with is usually referred to as a primary handler. A facility dog could be used in a variety of professions. Hospitals are a ...[Continue Reading]
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the United States prison system has been dealing with mass outbreaks of COVID-19. As of January 28, 2022, out of the total number of inmates tested for COVID-19, approximately 539,406 (7.6%) inmates tested positive. As of February 24, 2022, 192,722 prison ...[Continue Reading]