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    Jail Prison Comparison

    Jail and Prisons Comparison Annette C. Carney CJA/234 September 27, 202 Juan Juarez Jail and Prisons Comparison Even though the jails and prisons are overcrowded and some offenders keep repeating the crimes; jail’s place in corrections and throughout history is an important one. There is a long history of state, and federal prisons with a series of similarities and differences between security levels in the jails, state prisons, and federal prisons. The corrections system has improved over

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    Prison Term Policy Cja 314

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Throughout criminal justice, laws have been modified for the purpose of ensuring the protection of the citizens of the United States of America. A person who commits a crime will receive punishment and will be prosecuted under the court of law. Prison policies have been written to assist the court in sentences according to a specific crime. The policies are usually to keep criminals in prison, and to deter further criminal activities. Those convicted

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    Prisons

    Jail and Prisons Archie Parks CJA/204 November 27, 2011 Ross Thompson Jail and Prisons Introduction Prisons and Jails play an intricate part in the criminal justice corrections system. They are responsible for housing and rehabilitating some of the United States most dangerous criminals. This paper will explain the different types of prisons explain prison concepts and discuss why jails are important in the criminal justice system. In addition, prison strategies for dealing with violent

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    Rehabilitation in Prison

    CJA-234 Rehabilitation in prison it is a part of a process of bettering offenders and preventing them from further criminal activity and behavior. The goal of rehabilitation is to re-shape the individuals and prepare them to enter the society with a different state of mind and start a new distant from the crime life.” In modern penology, the real purpose of sending criminals to prison is to transform them into honest and law abiding citizens

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    History of Prisons Auriel LaCour CJA/234 January 31, 2013 Professor Donald Savell History of Punishment All countries have a justice system and correction facility in place for those convicted of crimes and who are threats to society. Cultures and nations have made laws to protect their native citizens from crime over the years these laws have been in enforced maintain civilization in a peaceful and orderly fashion. Punishments were developed in many different forms and were being used to detour

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    Cja/314

    Week 3 Team Assignment Cja/314 A few months ago our suburb implemented a neighborhood watch program. We wanted to make our neighborhood safer, help reduce crime, and improve the quality of life within the neighborhood. Since we live just outside of a large city we realized that the local police officers could not be everywhere at once, so we started the watch so we could be the “eyes and ears” for local law enforcement. Our neighborhood watch consist of twenty members plus our law enforcement

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    Prison Term Policy Recommendation

    change the current prison term policy. The complied information will give explanation for the preface of a bill that would double the highest prison term for armed robbery. With regards to the decision to support the bill, it is important to examine the current gaps as it relates to prison sentencing inside the judicial system. Prison sentencing within our justice system is broken down in gaps, as the verdict is a result of the crime presented. The variations of prison sentencing are portrayed

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    Solution to Overcrowded Prisons

    Solution to Overcrowded Prisons CJA/454 September 9, 2013 Professor The war on drugs has increased the prison population of correctional institutions in every state in America. The war on drugs was declared by President Nixon in 1971. This policy that his administration implemented was part of a Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970. Some agree and others disagree with the war on drugs. What we all can agree on, is that prisons have swelled to all-time highs due to the

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    Jails and Prison Comparison

    Jails and Prisons Comparison University of Phoenix CJA/234 Ms. Pamela Collinshill June 25, 2013 Introduction: For more than two hundred years the United States has used incarceration to punish any and all criminals. Jails and prisons are the institutions that judges send criminals to so they can serve time depending on the seriousness of the crime that the individual has committed. Being incarcerated is the humane form of punishment that is

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    Prison

    Status of Prison Privatization Research on American Prisons Gerald G. Gaes. Ph. D. Florida State University August 2010 Introduction In many ways, any discussion of prison privatization strikes at the heart of the fundamental goals and purposes of prison and punishment. The discussion elevates such themes as the role of the private sector in administering punishment, the importance of metrics to evaluate and compare how well the privately and publicly operated prisons provide services

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    Prison Terms

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Crime is something the public and criminal justice system has and always will have to deal with. The hardest part about the criminal justice system is determining sentences for the criminals and the crimes they have committed. The purpose of sentencing is to make the punishment harsh enough so the criminals will want to steer away from ever repeating the crime they committed (University of Phoenix, 2012). Sometime this can be hard because the criminals

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    Prison and Jails

    Prison and Jails Anthony Youmans CJA/204 Lexie Williams May 22, 2013 Prisons and Jails The American Judicial System has multiple types of facilities to house those convicted. Those facilities are known as federal prisons, state prisons, privately run prisons, and county jails. The main argument that plagues society today is private prisons. In this paper, one will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of private prisons and will also explain the conflict between safeguarding a prisoner’s constitutionally

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    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Priscilla Williams CJA/314 September 3, 2013 Robert Williams Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal I have been hired as a criminologist advisor to one of the state legislature. The state legislature will soon vote on a bill that, if it passes will double the maximum prison term for anyone convicted of armed robbery. This bill is very important and needs to be examined to see if it would be a solution to decrease arm robberies. The reason I

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    Jail and Prison Paper

    Jail and Prison Paper John Quackenbush CJA/204 March 11, 2013 Steve Nance Jail and Prison Paper In order to keep the public’s streets safe all offenders must be sentenced and sent to prison, jail, or some rehabilitation program where the offender can better him or herself. However, it must depend on what kind of crime the offender committed. If the offender was selling drugs, he or she is sentenced to a federal prison, but if he or she where to be receiving threats because he or she witnessed

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    Prison Term

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Tiffany Gaines CJA/314 April 16, 2013 Jeff Codner Hi my name is Tiffany Gaines. I am a criminologist advisor member of the state legislature. I have been asked by my boss to provide a prison term policy recommendation on armed robbery. The legislature will vote soon vote on a bill, if the bill passes the maximum prison term for any individual convicted of armed robbery will double. My boss has no doubt in his mind that this bill is popular, but he doubts

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    Rehabilitation in Prisons

    Rehabilitation in Prisons Joseph Iadanza CJA/234 July 15, 2013 Christopher Marco Rehabilitation Paper “Definition and origin of rehabilitation in prison” Rehabilitation is the aspiration with probability of programs to restore the individual to a prior state. Theoretically rehabilitation is special programs that focus on the needs of the inmate to reunite with society. The origin of rehabilitation evolved from different ideas starting in the 17th century England into the late 19th century

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    Jails & Prisons

    Jail and Prisons Comparison Adis Hodzic CJA/234 Introduction to Corrections Professor Anthony J. Pekich March 6th, 2014 In considering the jails, as well as state and federal prisons, and in modern America, one must understand the historical contexts in which the three institutions were conceptualized and put into practice. Then a discussion of the reasons behind the drastic recent growth off these three ancient institutions must be had. Finally, a review of the security classifications

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    Prison Term Policy Recommendation

    Leo Cuen Mr. Downey Prison Term Policy Recommendation 2/18/2014 CJA-314 There are approximately ten thousand armed robberies that are registered each day in the files of agencies around the United States. This is a major concern to law enforcement and the citizens of the United States. The government is taking drastic measures to reduce the opportunity, capability, and intent of having armed robbers victimizes citizens for their own wrongful way of happiness. The government is implementing

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    Prison Comparison

    Prison System Comparison Patricia A. McCart CJA/234 October 18, 2010 Justin Smith Prison System Comparison Individual Assignment: Prison System Comparison Paper   Prepare a 1,050 to 1,400-word paper in which you Introduction History of the state prison The state prisons today were founded on the basis of the 1700s to 1800’s during the Age of Enlightenment. The English correctional facility referred to as a “gaol,” commonly known as a jail. They housed men, women, children, the mentally

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    Jail and Prisons Comparisons Paper

    Jail and Prisons Comparison Paper Marcus Alexander CJA/234 Introduction to Corrections June 23, 2014 Sherri Webster Jail and Prisons Comparison In the U.S. criminal justice system, when a person is arrested, the first place they are usually taken to is jail. From there, they see a judge and go through a court process. If further incarceration is needed, the individual is sentenced to serve time in either a county jail, state prison or federal prison. This paper will help discuss

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    Prison Comparison Contrast Paper

    Prison Comparison Contrast Paper Cynthia Willison CJA/234 December 13, 2010 Justina Smith Prison Comparison Contrast Paper Today prisons are viewed to be instruments of punishment with the loss of freedom that is considered as a result of society’s retribution for the crimes the offenders have committed. However, incarceration was not always this form of punishment, in the 18th century different types of corporal punishment that involved infliction of pain on the human body. Corporal punishments

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    Jails and Prisons

    Jails and Prisons Sarrita Will CJA/234 January 13, 2014 Helen Ford Jails and Prisons From 1790 to 1995 the criminal justice system went through nine different eras: penitentiary, mass prison, reformatory, industrial, punitive, treatment, community-based, warehousing, and just desserts. Each era described the jails place in corrections and outlines the role of jails throughout history to the present day. The Pennsylvania Quakers believed that honest labor would be the best and most humane

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    Historical Policy Comparison Cja 464

    Historical Policy Comparison Criminal justice policies are constantly changing by the day, week, month or year. Policies that were in effect 50 years ago are different from the policies in effect today. The following paper will cover a comparative analysis of the evolution of the criminal justice policy over the last 50 years for each of the three areas in the criminal justice system. To understand these changes, it is important to recognize the various areas and elements of the criminal justice

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    Cja 204 Jail and Prisons

    Jail and Prison Prison and jail are two very different entities, yet often “jail” is mistaken for “prison” and vice versa. Offenders who are sentenced to a year or more will be put in prison while offenders serving under one year will complete their sentence in jail. In prison, the offender had to have committed a crime to be placed there. Since people in jail are in and out in under a year, jails do not provide rehabilitation programs like prisons do. There are different

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    Prison Policy

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation CJA/314 August 24, 2014 Ladies and gentleman of the counsel I am here today to discuss the bill that is going forward for a vote later on today. As a criminologist, I have been hired by a state legislator as his advisor to bring more knowledge to the bill that is soon to be voted on. The bill seeks longer sentence times for anyone who is convicted of armed robbery. The objective of this bill would be to double maximum sentence so that it will be a reminder

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    Prison Term Policy Recommendation

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Feb. 2, 2015 CJA/314 Armed robbery is a severe and possibly grave criminal action that occurs way too much in the American society. In 2013 the FBI recorded 171,267 different occurrences of armed robbery within the United States across all the different reporting agencies. Although this number may seem high it is actually down from the previous year of 2012 which had a recorded 177,682 occurrences. Stemming from these numbers lawmakers are considering

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    Cja Prison Term Paper

    Prison term proposal CJA/314 February 08, 2014 Ashley Gehrig As a criminologist advisor to a member of the state legislature. The legislature will soon vote on a bill that, if it passes, would double the maximum prison term for anyone convicted of armed robbery. My boss knows the bill is popular, but wonders if it will do much good. I will explain what recommendations I would make, the reasons for my recommendations, and is it a good bill or a bad bill to pass and how effective

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    Prison Term Policy Paper

    Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Melody Kibbe Criminology 314 April 7, 2013 Corry Powers Prison Term Policy Recommendation Proposal Considering policy making as it relates to the criminal offenses, will allow the state legislatures security in knowing that citizens will be safe by putting this new bill into place. This bill will also give law enforcement officials power to arrest convicted armed robbery individuals and placing them behind bars. By explaining with a brief description

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    Prison Downsizing

    Prison Downsizing Implementation in New York State Darlene R. Muller Policy Implementation: Spring 2013 New York State has been in financial crisis for a long time. Numerous plans, policies and budget cuts have been proposed and enacted to attempt to save money, and no public service or government agency has been overlooked. One of areas where most attention is drawn is to the corrections system. A large portion of New York’s budget is spent on housing, supervising, and rehabilitating inmates

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    Jail and Prisons

    Jails and Prisons Matthew Holbrook May 28, 2015 University of Phoenix CJA/234 Brenda Barney Jails and Prisons The criminal justice system is made up of three components which are police, courts, and corrections. Corrections are potentially the largest cog in this machine by volume of employees. Corrections are also often considered the most important, because the other two would have nowhere to send offenders if it were not for the correctional sector. The largest portion of corrections

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    State and Federal Prison

    Jail and Prison Paper Tameki Reed CJA/204 05/31/11 Robert White Jail and Prison Paper When it comes to jail and prison, there is a distinctive set of differences. Jail is a place of incarceration that is locally operated, while prisons are conducted by the state government or the federal government. Within the United States, there are about 3,600 jails but there are only about 100 federal prisons or rehabilitation facilities. Jails house inmates who have been convicted of a misdemeanors and

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    Jail and Prison Paper

    Jail and Prison Paper Tara Frost CJA/204 June 15, 2015 Christopher Cannon Jail and Prison Paper Have you ever wondered about the types of prisons or the major differences between selected jails and selected prisons? Have you ever wondered about the aspects of jail and prison culture and subculture? Why do jails play an important role in the criminal justice system? What is the role of community-based corrections programs associated with jails and prisons? Did you know that violent behavior

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    Prison Term

    Prison Term Policy CJA/314 September 27, 2014 Armed Robbery, a serious offense, something that no one would ever want to happen to them or anyone else. It would be consider a terrible experience, something that would stick to someone for a long time; it’s nothing someone gets over in a day or so. It can traumatize anyone. They would be scared and, or even paranoid thinking that it might happen again. While the robber, doesn’t care who it affect, what damage it can cause. To me is a selfish

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    Prison

    | A NEW CONCEPT FOR THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS | MISSOURI REENTY PROCESs | 1004,433 and counting. The Missouri Department of Corrections continues to grow by leaps and bounds. The Missouri Prison population as of 08-2009 consists of 104,433 inmates. This includes both male and female inmates. Missouri seeks to stem the tide of inmates, by using a new concept called the Missouri Reentry Process. At this time, there are approximately 104,433 inmates being supervised by the Missouri

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    Cja/314 Crime and Data Comparison

    Crime and Data Comparison Professor September 14, 2015 In this paper I will compare burglary crime statistics between two cities for the years 2005 and 2012 using the Federal Bureau of Investigation database the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. This paper will also, discuss which area had more reported incidents, what were the rates of the crime for each area, did the rates changed over time in either area, and what factors might explain the differences in the rates. Since 1930, the

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    Prison

    The prisoners will serve their sentences at this five-year-old institution or at Valley State Prison, the nation's second-largest women's prison, which recently opened across the street. The compounds occupy the tiny farm town of Chowchilla, where almond and alfalfa groves surround the 50,000-volt electrified fence. To the crop dusters above, the flat gray-and-peach buildings must look like a giant corrections butterfly, shielding up to 8,000 women in the 1,340-acre spread of its cinder-block wings

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    Prisons

    correctional education programs have 43 percent lower odds of returning to prison than those who do not” (Rand, 2013.) Also, having programs is beneficial in assisting parole board decisions and an inmate’s further rehabilitation needs into programs to which they may be placed. For the prisoners who aren’t consistent with security and safety should be an exception in having the ability to participate in programs. Consequences in terms of a prisoner who doesn’t want to come out of his cell to participate

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    Prisons

    facilities that incarcerate offenders. Prisons tend to be the long term placement of an offender who is serving more than a year for their sentence. There are different security levels for prisons as well as gender specific locations. Jails are limited to those who are sentenced to less than a year. They also house those waiting transportation as well as witnesses to ensure they attend a court hearing. There are a few levels of security within prisons. They include minimum and medium security

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    Norway Prisons

    reflection: NORWAY PRISONS NORWAY PRISONS Abstract Norway established a distinctive experience in panel system and prison structure based on humanitarian and human rights of inmates. The concept of Norwegian system is to rehabilitate prisoners and facilitate their integration within society after their release and prevent their return to jail again. This article analyses this concept and measure its effectiveness and compare it with the US panel system. Norway Prisons Norway is a Scandinavian

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    Cja/454 War on Drugs and Prison C

    War on drugs and prison overcrowding Analysis Kevin Jackson CJA/454 March 02, 2016 Professor: Charles Davis War on drugs and prison overcrowding Analysis In this essay, I will discuss the crowding effect the war on drugs has had on correctional organizations in the state of Virginia. I will also propose three workable solutions to the situation while substantiating my solutions with appropriate facts and figures. To understand and comprehend the natural of this essay I will define what

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    Cja/454 War on Drugs and Prison C

    War on drugs and prison overcrowding Analysis Kevin Jackson CJA/454 March 02, 2016 Professor: Charles Davis War on drugs and prison overcrowding Analysis In this essay, I will discuss the crowding effect the war on drugs has had on correctional organizations in the state of Virginia. I will also propose three workable solutions to the situation while substantiating my solutions with appropriate facts and figures. To understand and comprehend the natural of this essay I will define what

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    Prison

    Justice Policy I N S T I T U T E Treatment or Incarceration? Treatment or Incarceration? National and State Findings on the Efficacy and Cost Savings of Drug Treatment Versus Imprisonment by Doug McVay, Vincent Schiraldi, and Jason Ziedenberg January 2004 Justice Policy Institute 4455 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite B-500 Washington, DC 20008 v 202.363.7847 f 202.363.8677 www.justicepolicy.org POLICY REPORT J u s t i c e P

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    Prison Term Policy Recommendations Proposal

    Prison Term Policy Recommendations Proposal CJA/314 July 20, 2015 Prison Term Policy Recommendations Proposal Robbery is a serious crime in the big cities in the United States. Nearly 500,000 thousand robberies are reported to law enforcers’ at the rate of one per minute. It is a crime of theft or larceny by taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person of persons by force or threat of focus or by putting the victim in fear. Robberies can

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    Life in Prison

    individual is introduced to the prison life, after violating rules and laws, he or she must come to terms about the journey he or she are about to take behind bars in prison. No one can save them, or do their time for them, and a majority of their freedom has been stripped from them either temporarily or permanently. Prison life deals with all walks of life and is not discriminative toward any race. In this paper I will discuss my perspective on prison life, policies I would enforce an inmate’s need

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    Cja 314 Week 5 Learning Team Criminology in the Future Paper and Presentation

    CJA 314 Week 5 Learning Team Criminology in the Future Paper and Presentation To Buy This material Click below link http://www.uoptutors.com/CJA-314/CJA-314-Week-5-Learning-Team-Criminology-in-the-Future-Paper-and-Presentation Resource: Victims’ compensation websites in your state and the National Center for Victims of Crime website (http://www.ncvc.org) Resource:  Criminology in the 21st Century located on the student website: ·         Criminology Interviews: Director and Chief of Victimization

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    Term Policy

    Prison Term Policy Amanda Y. Denny CJS/231 May 16, 2016 Chris Byland Prison Term Policy As a member of the state legislature, it is my goal and primary objective to enact laws and policies that not only protect the people that gave us this power but is also in the best interest of those people. We would all love to see these laws and policies work efficiently, efficient, and without flaw. However, it must be acknowledged that the vast majority of these policies and legislation

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    Cja/204

    | [pic] |College of Criminal Justice and Security | | |CJA/204 Version 2 | | |Introduction to Criminal Justice | Copyright © 2009 by University of Phoenix. All

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    Prison Overcrowding

    Prison overcrowding, also called "prison crowding," is a matter of great contention and concern in current criminal justice public policy debates in both Canada and the United States. Coming to public attention as a social problem most recently in the United States in the late 1970s, prison overcrowding has coincided with the unprecedented growth in the nation's prison population over the past several decades. Because of the "war on drugs" and mandatory sentencing, the United States has become

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    Life in Prison

    Life in Prison Cody Cotten CJA/383 December 21, 2010 Chet Madison Jr. Life in Prison When an individual is introduced to the prison life, after violating rules and laws, he or she must come to terms about the journey he or she are about to take behind bars in prison. No one can save them, or do their time for them, and a majority of their freedom has been stripped from them either temporarily or permanently. Prison life deals with all walks of life and is not discriminative

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    Federal Prison Comparison

    Federal Prison Comparison Tanya Gildner CJA/234 May 30, 2011 Sherri Webster Federal Prison Comparison Depending on the type of crime an individual commits will depend on the type of prison he or she is sentenced to stay. If an individual commits a bank robbery, or commits a crime in another state he or she will be sentenced to a federal prison. This paper will consist of eight individuals who have been sentenced to federal prisons for crimes they have committed. Though the crimes are

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