Legal Aspects of Corrections Management

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Law - 526 pages
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Virtually Every Type Of Activity Performed In Any Corrections Agency Or Facility May Be Subject To A Lawsuit. Through The Use Of Case Law, The Second Edition Of Legal Aspects Of Corrections Management Explains What The Law Has Said About Specific Areas Of Corrections Operations And Practices. It Is A Handy Reference For The Corrections Professional And A Valuable Resource For Criminal Justice Professors And Students.
 

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Contents

Corrections and the Criminal Justice System
21
Habeas Torts and Section 1983
59
Constitutional Law of Corrections
91
Columbia CircuitPrison Litigation Reform Act
110
Appendix 5CArticles of Amendment to the Constitution of
117
Inmate Mail
137
Inmate Association Rights
155
Religion
173
Conditions of Confinement
289
Health Care
319
Probation and Parole Community Corrections
345
Statutory and Administrative Law
379
Directive
399
Equal Employment Disabilities
401
Jails
419
Juveniles and Young Offenders
437

Search and Seizure
193
Visitor Searches
204
Due Process
229
Equal Protection
261
Other Equal Protection Cases
268
Privatization Issues in Corrections
453
Loss of Rights of Convicted Persons
473
Restoration of Rights
478
A Postscript
491
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