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Category: Inmate Rights

Every individual is guaranteed certain rights under the United States Constitution and other laws. Although prisoners do not have full constitutional rights, the Eighth Amendment provides protection against cruel and unusual punishment. This protection also requires that prisoners be afforded a minimum standard of living.

November 22, 2020
Goodman vs. Ortiz and the ability to get Time credits early

In Goodman vs. Ortiz, the District of New Jersey Granted 2241 relief to an inmate that had taken classes as part of the Risk and Needs Assessment Program.

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October 31, 2020
Federal Bureau Of Prisons Announces New Tools in Implementation of FIRST STEP Act

The Bureau of Prisons has announced new tools in the implementation of the First Step Act.

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October 26, 2020
Inmate Voting Rights

When we look at inmates and their voting rights, we see that about 4.5 million citizens both in and out of prison are currently ineligible to vote. As the 2020 presidential election grows nearer, voting rights and voter disenfranchisement are at the forefront of conversations regarding voter turnout. Voter Disenfranchisement One aspect of voter disenfranchisement […]

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