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    1. 1. CorrectionalIssues
    2. 2. Legal Issues and the Death Penalty
    3. 3.  Constitutions  Basic principles  Procedural safeguards  Institutions of government ▪ Legislature, judiciary, executive  Powers of government  Rights of individuals  Bill of Rights
    4. 4.  Restrictions on the Rights of Prisoners  Maintenance of institutional order  Maintenance of institutional security  Rehabilitation of inmates
    5. 5.  Statutes  Laws passed by the legislatures  Federal and state  More specific than constitutions
    6. 6.  Case Law  Court decisions  Precedent Regulations  Rules made by federal, state, and local administrative agencies
    7. 7.  The End of the Hands-off Policy  Cooper v. Pate (1964)  Habeas corpus  Anti-Terrorism Act  Prisoner Litigation Reform Act
    8. 8.  Access to the Courts  Jailhouse lawyers  Law libraries The Prisoners’ Rights Movement  NAACP’s legal defense and education fund  American Civil Liberties Union
    9. 9.  The First Amendment  Least restrictive method  Compelling state interest  Clear and present danger  Rational basis test ▪ Rational connection ▪ Alternative means ▪ Minimal impact ▪ No less-restrictive alternative
    10. 10.  The First Amendment  Speech ▪ Censorship of mail only allowed in cases of compelling government interest in maintaining security  Religion ▪ Black Muslims ▪ Native Americans ▪ Orthodox Jews
    11. 11.  The Fourth Amendment  Selected Interpretations of the Fourth Amendment as Applied to Prisoners
    12. 12.  The Eighth Amendment  Tests to determine constitutionality ▪ whether the punishment shocks the general conscience of a civilized society ▪ whether the punishment is unnecessarily cruel, and ▪ whether the punishment goes beyond legitimate penal aims  Totality of conditions  Extreme conditions
    13. 13.  The Fourteenth Amendment  Due process in prison discipline ▪ Solitary confinement ▪ Good-time credit  Equal protection ▪ Racial discrimination ▪ Female offenders
    14. 14.  A Change in Judicial Direction  Less supportive of prisoners rights over the last 30 years  Deliberate-indifference
    15. 15.  Section 1983 Lawsuits
    16. 16.  Inmate-Grievance Procedures  Most correctional systems use a three-step inmate-grievance process ▪ Receipt of complaint ▪ Investigation of complaint ▪ Decision  Some grievances easier to resolve than others
    17. 17.  The Ombudsman  Investigates complaints and recommends action Mediation  Voluntary process  Intervention by a neutral third party Legal Assistance  “jailhouse” lawyers  Law school clinics
    18. 18.  Key U.S. Supreme Court Decisions  Furman v. Georgia (1972)  Gregg v. Georgia (1976)  Atkins v. Virginia (2002)  Ring v. Arizona (2002)  Roper v. Simmons (2005)
    19. 19.  Executions by State, 1976-2009
    20. 20.  Continuing Legal Issues  Execution of the mentally ill  Effectiveness of counsel  Death-qualified juries  Execution for child rape  Appeals
    21. 21.  Who Is on Death Row?

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