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Pro Se Newsletter Vol. 19, No. 4

Table of Contents

  1. New Law Mandates Additional Oversight of Prison Healthcare
  2. A Message from the Executive Director – Karen Murtagh-Monks
  3. Governor Signs Anti-Shackling Bill
  4. “Times” Editorialized Against Prison Litigation Reform Act
  5. DOCS Continues Crack-Down on Fraudulent UCC Filings
  6. Appellate Ruling Grants Some Inmates Additional Time to File Medical Indifference Claims
  7. Drug Testing: Testimony Constitutes Adequate Proof of Chain of Custody
  8. Inmate Disciplined for Providing Parole with False Proof of Residence
  9. Charges Against Inmate Supported by Substantial Evidence
  10. Inmate’s Letter Provided Evidence of Gang Activity
  11. Misbehavior Report Provided Adequate Notice of Charges
  12. Court Reverses Parole Denial Where Board Relied Solely on Seriousness of the Crime
  13. Inmate Not Entitled to Parole Jail Time for Time Spent in Drug Rehabilitation Program
  14. Petitioner Can’t Credit Prior Sentence with Jail Time Served on New Sentence
  15. State Found Liable for Imposing Administrative PRS and Revoking Parole
  16. Court Doesn’t Buy What C.O. is Selling
  17. Transfer Request Denied
  18. Court Affirms TAC Decision to Withhold Good Time
  19. Referral to Sex Offender Program Upheld, Even Though Inmate Not Convicted of Sex Offense
  20. Decision Denying Temporary Release Reversed Where TRC Relied on Incorrect Information and Failed to Review Administrative Appeal
  21. Petitioner Entitled to Disclosure of Parole Records Under FOIL