across a number of preexisting characteristics that seem
Although parolees and supervised releasees
are governed by different rules under federal law, the constitutional status of these two groups is essentially identical.
As a matter of political reality, all mechanisms for early release are vulnerable to repeal any time a releasee
commits a new crime.
The amount of case-work and support required was also three times as high for detention releasees
as for asylum seekers who had never been in detention (Mitchell & Kirsner, 2004).
in part by the negligence of Releasees
In January, in the little town of Hopkinsville, a releasee
named Richard McGregor was charged with raping a young woman.
Conversely, prison firms should be penalized if their releasees
tend to become recidivists, lose their jobs, or fail drug screens.
55) Prior to the race, the deceased driver executed a release and waiver clause that "released the track from liability whether caused by the negligence of the releasees
An Exploration of Labor Market Performance for Prison Releasees
Column 5 reports the average presentence time behind bars per arrest, assuming that (1) arrestees that are not prosecuted are released soon after their arrests, (2) all murder arrests lead to adjudication, (3) pretrial releasees
are released immediately (empirically, 80% of those receiving pretrial release are free within a week of arrest), and (4) the expected wait to sentencing is the same for those who obtain pretrial release and those who are detained.
To reduce the likelihood that the release will be narrowly construed to exclude unspecified, uncontemplated, or unsuspected claims, the release agreement should first identify by name the most likely state and federal employment laws under which the employee may assert a claim and state that the employee is releasing all claims and rights that have arisen under those statutes against the employer and other designated releasees
Contract notice: Salzlandkreis, special transportation of pupils in releasees