What is life in Russian prison like for Brittney Griner? Writing letters, reading Dostoevsky
As her trial continues, Brittney Griner's situation contains little certainty. But until the U.S. government can negotiate her release from Russia, Griner will remain "wrongfully detained" there on drug charges that could carry a sentence of 10 years in prison.
The two-time Olympian and WNBA star pleaded guilty "without intent" on Thursday, the second day of her trial. Griner will return to court next Thursday. Until then, she will return to her cell in the pre-trial detention facility she's been in since February.