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COVID-19

DOJ: Persons on CARES Act Home Confinement Not Required to Return to Prison

The Department of Justice has had a change of heart and will leave the decisions about returning to prison on an individual basis.

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COVID-19

BOP Vaccine Policy: Fact or Fiction?

The Bureau of Prisons may be trying new things in order to fight the virus.

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COVID-19

CARES Act Returning Individuals to Prison

The Biden Administration has signaled that that Individuals on CARES Act Relief Must Return to Prison

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COVID-19

Compassionate Release Granted While Vaccinated: Bozon

The District Court in Bozon granted a compassionate release even though she was vaccinated and also offered an important practice tip.

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Compassionate Release

Compassionate Release Granted While Vaccinated

In Hatcher, the Southern District of New York Granted a compassionate release to a person who was fully vaccinated.

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COVID-19

COVID-19 Vaccine Process Begins in Federal Bureau of Prisons

The federal prisons have begun to administer the covid-19 vaccine to inmates. How does the affect the 3582 motions?

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COVID-19

Memorandum Opposes Extending Home Confinement After Covid-19

Extending home confinement past the COVID-19 pandemic is a blurry legal line.

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Compassionate Release

COVID Reinfection in Federal Prisons and Compassionate Release

Evidence about COVID-19 reinfection is starting to appear. Find out more about what this means for federal inmates here.

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COVID-19

Marie Neba: A Tragic BOP Death

Marie Neba’s Tragic Death inside the BOP shows the cruelty of the system and the need for change.

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COVID-19

CNN: COVID-19 has killed more U.S. Law Enforcement Than Any Other Cause

CNN Reports that COVID-19 has killed more police officers this year than any other cause. It’s time for the prosecutors to be pro-law enforcement.

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COVID-19

The Mishandling of the Pandemic within US Prisons

Both Federal and State prisons are mishandling the pandemic that is being caused by the novel coronavirus due to prison conditions.

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COVID-19

Wait Time Before Filing Covid-19 Relief Motion

Many of you will be able to use the text of 18 USC § 3582(c)(1)(A) in order to file your motions after 30 days of reaching out to the BOP.

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COVID-19

Covid-19 Relief Granted in US v. Ladson

In Ladson, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania granted a compassionate release for a person seeking covid-19 relief.

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COVID-19

Important COVID-19 3582 Ruling: United States vs. Kelly

United States vs. Kelly is important because he had no CDC risk factors and was seeking to bypass his administrative remedies.

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COVID-19

BOP Outlines CARES Act/Home Confinement Guidelines

On April 22, 2020, the Acting Assistant Director of the Correctional Programs Division and the Assistant Director of the Reentry Services Division for the BOP released a memorandum in regard to placing inmates on home confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This memorandum introduced some new guidelines to the previously existing order.

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