CJ101 SG - used in prisons how are offenders pardoned...

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4 th  Amendment 5 th  Amendment 6 th  Amendment 8 th  Amendment Gore v. United States purpose of jails "hands-off" doctrine Cooper v. Pate history of Penitentiary Movement constitutional rights of inmates and inmate  lawsuits medical approach to corrections characteristics of jails violence in prisons is caused by what human rights abuses in prisons
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what is recidivism and how is it measured what is a detention facility what is rehabilitation what is the classification process of offenders who is John Augustus what are the rehabilitation programs most often 
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