Prisoners Should Have Rights In Prison

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Every individual in the U. S should have rights which are protected by the U.S Constitution, even if they have violated the law. Prisoners may have done various things that are not appropriate, however, that doesn 't mean once incarcerated your rights should be taken away. The " hands - off" doctrine was segmented in 1954 by a federal appeals court which stated the following, " courts are without power to supervise prison administrators or to interfere with the ordinary prison rules or regulations.) (Adler, Mueller, & Laufer, 2012). However, in the 1960s many individuals started to demand their rights, among them prisoners. During this period, the
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