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Pro Se Newsletter Vol. 19, No. 2

Table of Contents

  1. 2009-2010 State budget Advances Criminal Justice Agenda
  2. A Message from the Executive Director – Karen L. Murtagh-Monks
  3. DOCS Allowed to Hold Offenders in Civil Commitment Proceedings
  4. OMH Issues Report on the Sex Offender Management and Treatment Act
  5. Court Holds Local Sex Offender Residency Law Invalid
  6. Inmate Found Not Guilty of Interfering with Nurse
  7. Weapon Found in Area “Controlled” by Inmate Provided Sufficient Evidence to Support Disciplinary Judgment
  8. Inmate Not Guilty of Smuggling Contraband
  9. Witness to Inmate’s Mental Health Status Found Redundant to OMH Testimony
  10. DLRA Resentencing Does Not Authorize Reconsideration of Whether Sentences Should Run Concurrently or Consecutively to Other, No-Drug Offenses
  11. Inmate May Bring Petition to Annul Post-Release Supervision Portion of Sentence
  12. Appellate Court Rejects Claim that Double Jeopardy Prohibits Adding PRS to a Sentence
  13. Parole Denied
  14. Inmate Guilty of Promoting Prison Contraband
  15. Denial of Temporary Release was “Rational”
  16. Inmate Entitled to “Violent Felony Override” from Sentencing Court
  17. Court Finds Halva Confiscation “Not Unreasonable”
  18. Inmate, Denied Jogging Suit, Was Not Discriminated Against
  19. Inmate’s Claim that DOCS’ Negligence Caused Him to Fall Down Stairs Will Go to Trial
  20. Questions About Time Served on Illegal Post-Release Supervision