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  • Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (category United States federal law)
    Congress makes the following findings: (1) 2,100,146 persons were incarcerated in the United States at the end of 2001: 1,324,465 in Federal and State
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  • circular to airlines noting the potential for “an airline hijacking to free terrorists incarcerated in the United States.” Other reporting mentioned that
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  • the total number of people incarcerated in the United States was 2,267,787 at the end of 2004. This meant an incarceration rate of 724 per 100,000, up
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  • prisoner during incarceration. In Weems v. United States, 217 U.S. 349 (1910), the Court extensively chronicled the background of the Amendment, discussing
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  • Fikes v. Alabama (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 352)
    that under the circumstances, including failure to take defendant before a magistrate as required by Alabama statute, and his incarceration in isolation
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  • Rogers v. Peck (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 199)
    June 22, 1905. The petitioner (appellant) averred that, by the various proceedings in the state courts and her incarceration in the prison in solitary confinement
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  • proceedings may result in incarceration in an institution of [p2] confinement, "it would be extraordinary if our Constitution did not require the procedural regularity
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  • Communities Chapter 1 — Post Incarceration Vocational and Remedial Educational Opportunities for Inmates Sec. 2411. Post incarceration vocational and remedial
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  • Illinois v. Perkins (category United States Supreme Court decisions on the Sixth Amendment)
    an undercover agent renders involuntary the incarcerated suspect's resulting confession. Mathis v. United States, 391 U.S. 1, 88 S.Ct. 1503, 20 L.Ed.2d
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  • Jones v. Cunningham (category United States Supreme Court decisions on the Eighth Amendment)
    Cunningham by the Supreme Court of the United States Syllabus 922047Jones v. Cunningham — Syllabusby the Supreme Court of the United States Court
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  • thereafter be confined in any prison, jail, or other place of incarceration for the violation of any laws of the Government of the United States of America; It
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  • Smith v. Hooey/Concurrence White (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 393)
    Texas must dismiss the criminal proceedings against the petitioner. The Texas court's erroneous reliance on the fact of incarceration elsewhere prevented
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  • Alabama v. Shelton (category United States Supreme Court decisions on the Sixth Amendment)
    triggered only in proceedings that result in immediate actual imprisonment. The dispositive factor in Gagnon and Nichols was not whether incarceration occurred
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  • his country. Despite the harsh treatment through his long years of incarceration, this individual continued to perform his duties in a clearly exceptional
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  • Ex Parte Frederich (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 149)
    SyllabusHowell Edmunds Jackson Court Documents Opinion of the Court United States Supreme Court 149 U.S. 70 EX PARTE FREDERICH This is an
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  • Tate v. Short (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 401)
    Court Documents Opinion of the Court Concurring Opinions Black Harlan Blackmun United States Supreme Court 401 U.S. 395 TATE  v. 
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  • Lankford v. Idaho (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 500)
    about the length of Lankford's incarceration. Thus, it is unrealistic to assume that the notice provided by statute and the arraignment survived the State's
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  • Demarest v. Manspeaker (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 498)
    SyllabusWilliam Rehnquist Court Documents Opinion of the Court United States Supreme Court 498 U.S. 184 DEMAREST  v.  MANSPEAKER No. 89-5916  Argued:
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  • Dutton v. Evans (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 400)
    Syllabus Court Documents Opinion of the Court Concurring Opinion Harlan United States Supreme Court 400 U.S. 74 DUTTON  v.  EVANS  Argued:
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  • would barely exceed 10 years. Ante, at 1026-1027. In most States, the period of incarceration for a first offender like petitioner would be substantially
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