Cases and Materials on the Law of Sentencing, Corrections, and Prisoners' Rights / Edition 5

Cases and Materials on the Law of Sentencing, Corrections, and Prisoners' Rights / Edition 5

by Lynn S. Branham, Sheldon Krantz, Sheldon Krantz
     
 

ISBN-10: 0314204695

ISBN-13: 9780314204691

Pub. Date: 01/28/1997

Publisher: West Group

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780314204691
Publisher:
West Group
Publication date:
01/28/1997
Series:
American Casebook Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
655
Product dimensions:
7.73(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.24(d)

Table of Contents

Preface v
Table Of Cases
xvii
PART ONE THE LAW OF SENTENCING
Introduction to Sentencing
2(23)
Guilty Pleas and Plea Bargaining
25(40)
The Due Process Requirement of a Voluntary and Intelligent Plea
27(21)
Breaches of Plea Agreements
48(4)
Constraints on the Government During and After the Plea Process
52(13)
The Sentencing Process
65(56)
Rights During Sentencing
65(30)
Factors Considered at Sentencing
95(26)
Community-Based Sanctions
121(47)
Multi-Level Sentencing Structures
121(5)
Sentencing Options
126(28)
Comprehensive and Integrated Corrections Systems
154(14)
Sentencing Statutes and Guidelines
168(44)
"Pure" Sentencing Models
168(2)
Sentencing Statutes
170(9)
Sentencing Guidelines
179(33)
The Death Penalty
212(42)
Cruel and Unusual Punishment and Noncapital Cases
254(24)
PART TWO THE LAW OF CORRECTIONS AND PRISONERS' RIGHTS
Prisoners' Rights: An Introduction
278(15)
Constitutional Rights for Prisoners?
278(1)
History of Prisoners' Rights---A General Overview
279(7)
The Purposes of Incarceration
286(7)
First-Amendment Rights
293(48)
Freedom of Speech
293(25)
Freedom of Association
318(10)
Freedom of Religion
328(13)
Right of Access to the Courts
341(30)
Communications With and Appearances in Courts
342(2)
Communications With Attorneys
344(4)
Jailhouse Lawyers, Law Libraries, and Other Legal Assistance
348(23)
Prison Disciplinary Proceedings
371(29)
Procedural Due Process
371(26)
Miranda, The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination, and the Sixth-Amendment Right to Counsel in the Prison Context
397(3)
Classification, Transfers, and Withholding of Privileges
400(33)
Procedural Due Process
400(28)
Equal Protection of the Law
428(5)
Searches, Seizures, and Privacy Rights
433(41)
The Fourth Amendment
433(16)
Right of Privacy
449(25)
Due-Process Claims for Personal Injuries and Property Deprivations
474(13)
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
487(51)
Medical and Psychiatric Care
487(17)
Conditions of Confinement
504(23)
Use of Force Against Inmates
527(11)
Parole Release and Probation and Parole Revocation
538(32)
Probation and Parole Revocation
539(15)
Parole Release
554(16)
Rights Upon Release
570(18)
Restricted Opportunities and Rights of Released Prisoners
570(10)
Restoration of Rights
580(8)
PART THREE PRISONERS'-RIGHTS LITIGATION
The Mechanics of Litigating Inmates' § 1983 Suits
588(24)
The Complaint
588(12)
Affirmative Defenses
600(12)
Remedies
612(37)
§ 1983 Actions
612(12)
Modifying Court Orders
624(18)
Enforcing Court Orders Through Contempt Proceedings and Other Means
642(5)
Other Remedies
647(2)
Index 649

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