Superintendent V. Hill Case Study

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Well according to the U.S. Supreme Court decision on the matter of Superintendent v. Hill, “due process in this context requires only that there be some evidence to support the findings made in the disciplinary hearing (Cripe, pg. 216).” The decision based on “some evidence” such as testimony from the prison guard and copies of a written report is sufficient for me. Prison official should not have to be scrutinized for inmate’s actions. Inmates are in prison because they have committed a wrong to the community and deficiency in character.
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