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Legal Resource Guide to the Federal Bureau of Prisons
| Cataloged on:
Apr. 14, 2008
ANNOTATION: A general overview of the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) its services, its programs, and legal resources and case law regarding issues impacting the BOP are provided. Six parts comprise this guide: introduction; pre-trial issues -- pretrial detention and pretrial inmate health care; evaluation of offender mental capacity; sentencing issues -- probation and condition of probation, imprisonment, and judgment and commitment orders; post-conviction issues -- designation to a facility for service of term of imprisonment, admission and orientation, programs and general services, visiting, telephones, and correspondence, inmate discipline procedure, court access, administrative remedy, personal property, special administration measures, family emergencies and temporary releases, release, and notification to community of the release of an offender; and conclusion.