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  • Bringing transparency and accountability to criminal justice institutions in the South.

    ... and kicked others, while they searched them and entered all of their names in a police database. (63) The APD officers did all of this without reasonable suspicion or probable cause to believe ...(96) In Georgia, one in thirteen adults is in prison, jail, or on probation or parole, and the prison system costs the state $1 billion per years. (97) Soaring incarceration ...

  • Court Wayfinding

    When it's then tied into a payment kiosk for probation, traffic fines fees, and such, and integrated on the back end with a case management system, it provides convenience and savings. Two of their software products - Engage and Composer - allow the court to create pages for LCD monitors, create playlists of multiple pages and videos and Powerpoint presentations, and schedule - and reschedule them - automatically.

  • Everybody's got a price: why Orange County's practice of taking DNA samples from misdemeanor arrestees is an excessive fine.

    ...(4) . Orange County is the only county in California to maintain its own DNA database aside from the official California state DNA database] This independence allows the county to work ... on criminal charges which allows the court to set release conditions similar to those of probation and parole, which is the underpinning of the court's holding in this case. (37) The court seems to ...

  • Why so contrived? Fourth Amendment balancing, per se rules, and DNA databases after Maryland v. King.

    .... (118) During the oral argument in King, Justice Sotomayor stated "[a]s I read Samson, it was the special relationship between the parolee or the probationary person, that line of cases, and the assumption being that they're out in the world, I think, by the largesse of the State," and that therefore "a State has a right to search their home, just as it ...

  • 7 CFR 272.1 - General terms and conditions.

    ... (or in the State of New Jersey, a high misdemeanor), or is violating a condition of probation or parole imposed under a Federal or State law. The State agency shall not require a household to ... that the record subject has died or until FNS advises via the disqualified recipient database system edit report that all records associated with a particular individual, including the ...

  • Collateral consequences: how reliable data and resources can change the way law is practiced.

    ... Bar Association (ABA) a grant to address this issue and develop a comprehensive national database of consequences on a state-by-state basis. . A. Defining "Collateral Consequences" . Collateral ... penalties are generally considered civil in nature and do not include diversion programs, probation, or parole obligations. (39) . C. Addressing the Problems . Despite their discriminatory effect, ...

  • Is Texas tough on crime but soft on criminal procedure?

    ...) Texas also vastly exceeds the national average in terms of the percentages of people on probation and parole. (45) . In almost every category of prison statistics, Texas leads the nation. As one ...See State by State Database, DEATH PENALTY INFO. CTR., http://www.deathpenaltyinfo. org/state_by_state (last visited Jan. 24, ...

  • The criminalization of poverty.

    ...The financial information she has provided has been matched against various employment databases, IRS records, and Franchise Tax Board records to see that her lack of income is verifiable. Her ... by law enforcement officials for a felony warrant or for violating the terms of parole or probation from receiving government benefits, including not only TANF benefits, but also food stamps, SSI, ...

  • How Convicted Military Sex Offenders Prey Again

    WASHINGTON - Matthew S. Carr is the type of serial sex offender public registries were designed to track. While serving in the U.S. Air Force, Carr approached women by posing as a doctor training in gynecology. He persuaded them to submit to pelvic exams as he inserted medical instruments, drew blood samples and even administered an injection near one victim's genitals. A military court at Minot

    ... civilian authorities mistakenly described lesser assault charges, according to a federal probation officer. When the mother of a Reedsburg, Wis., woman typed "Matthew Carr - the name of her ..., the rule would automatically put a military sex offender's profile in a national FBI database, available to authorities anywhere in the country conducting even a simple traffic stop - and help ...

  • Conference report: Padilla and the future of the defense function.

    ... from a misdemeanor or low-level felony conviction, which often consist of a short term of probation at most, but rather because of numerous and expanding collateral consequences. (6) The ... is to catalogue every collateral consequence of criminal convictions for inclusion in a database that will allow users to determine the specific consequences from each criminal offense. (59) The ...

  • Juvenile justice in belligerent occupation regimes: comparing the coalition provisional authority administration in Iraq with the Israeli military government in the territories administered by Israel.

    ... bodies or agencies such as the police, the prosecution service, the legal profession, the probation service and penal institutions. It works closely with related agencies such as health, education, ...K. v. Military Prosecutor (May 30, 2000), Nevo Legal Database (by subscription) (Isr.) (translated by author). . (228.) See Military Court Decisions, Mil. Court ...

  • Rep. Mike D. Rogers Holds a Hearing On Surveillance Programs

    ... It talks about the number of approved queries that we made against this database, the number of instances that the query results and contain a U.S. person information that was ... or whatever of the individuals are that carrying out this work? Is there any type of probation time or -- or anything? Because, you know, it seems that he was there a -- a very short period of ...

  • United States of America v. Clark , (2nd Cir. 2014)

    ...(a), improperly substituted the  probation officeʹs judgment for its own judgment, and afforded the guidelines undue  weight.   ...

  • The Black Box

    Introduction I. Reasons That Reveal the Internal Regulation of Prosecutors A. Reasons of Procedure: Executive Exclusion B. Reasons of Substance: The Criminal Law C. Reasons of Proof: Victims and Prior Relationships D. Reasons of Policy: Resource Limits E. Summary: The Legal Founda tions of Reasoned Discretion II. Race and Unstated Reasons A. Whence Criminal Justice Bias ? B. Whither Criminal...

    ...The database recorded the history of each case as it moved through the office, and prosecutors indicated the ...78 These impressions can shape the conditions that the judge places on probation and thus change the odds that a probationer will violate the conditions and return to prison. ...

  • Constitutional reform and the abolition of the mandatory death penalty in Kenya.

    ... from licenses or other privileges, deportation for noncitizens, conditional discharge and probation, release with police supervision, compensation to the victim, restitution for financial crimes, and ... IN AFRICA 144 (Jon Abbink & Gerti Hesseling eds., 2000); see also African Elections Database, Elections in Kenya, http://africanelections.tripod.com/ke.html (last visited Jan. 23, 2011). The ...

  • Evolving standards of reasonableness: the ABA standards and the right to counsel in plea negotiations.

    ..." relief can only be granted at sentencing itself, as where a defendant sentenced to probation will otherwise lose his job or home or retirement income. The availability of relief from ...It is expected that the ABA research project will create a comprehensive database of collateral consequences, though it will remain for particular jurisdictions to put this data ...

  • 2010 ACA Election--candidates and Voting instructions.

    ...Bliss, Texas. His career has spanned the decades with experience as a police officer, probation counselor, classification specialist, unit manager, warden, overseas warden advisor, deputy ... in which she has been successful in building the state's offender education reporting database, designing a statewide transferable reentry preparation program and obtaining an additional $7 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...

  • US v. Earl Davis, (4th Cir. 2012)

    ... of the recovered firearms were entered into the local Combined DNA Index System ("CODIS") database.2 A search of the local database led to a "cold hit" between the DNA recovered at the Schwindler ... offender's blood sample establishes only a record of the offender's identity" and "a probationer's expectation of privacy in his or her identity is severely diminished."); Boroian v. Mueller, 616 ...