Final Araujo defendant starts prison term
HAYWARD — One minute, Jason Michael Cazares was cradling his newborn son. The next, he was being led to a holding cell by a sheriff's deputy.
Massachusetts Court Limits Gay Unions
By PAM BELLUCK and KATIE ZEZIMA
BOSTON, March 30 — Massachusetts's highest court, which legalized same-sex marriage here two and a half years ago, ruled Thursday that gay couples who live in states where such marriages are prohibited cannot marry in Massachusetts.
Transsexual prisoners can now serve their time in women's prisons
The prison authorities have issued a circular to all prisons in Spain, informing them of new regulations effective on 16th March 2006 that transsexuals can request serving their sentences in women’s prisons.
The new regulation also covers transsexuals who have not had any sex change surgery, or who are still described as male on their birth certificate.