Prisoners and the Law
Prisoners and the Law focuses on legal issues commonly affecting the prison population, including AIDS, drugs, overcrowding, security, appeals, weapons, correspondence, visitation issues, and prisoner safety. In-depth articles, written by leading authorities, cover topics such as: • The future of prison reform • Restitution • Proposals for a new correctional system • Inmate welfare funds • Prisoner, prison, probation, and parole statistics • Incisive articles, written by some of the nation's leading authorities, on the development and present status of this evolving area of law • The most recent changes and developments in the field Use this title as a resource for issues relating to private incarceration, disenfranchisement of ex-felons, deaf prisoners' rights, and other legal challenges.
Robbins, Ira, "Prisoners and the Law" (2000). Books. 59.