parole violation charge.
And most of them had no legal representation ability to gather evidence or opportunity to respond to their accusers. Instead the review board makes a ruling based on a written statement from officers, the process is unconstitutional and calls for an overhaul that will allow juveniles and adult s due process and legal representation. The juvenile justice and correctional system is failing. Because more than half of incarcerated juvenile and adults were and is locked up over parole violations. The jail system is already over crowed and the citizens tax dollars are paying for more jails to be built. We the people will like to see changes in the way things are done and we are seeking monetary damages.
The inmates decisions in granting or denying parole have more to
You have no right to parole, it's a privilege, so no violation of an inmates "rights." Sorry.
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Unfortunatly, Nothing in your post implicates the Constitution. There is no "right" to parole. Sorry to say that the prisoners have no case, no grounds to sue (at least non on the facts provided) and absolutely NO grounds for monetary damages.
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Further to my colleagues' answers, if there isn't a viable right of action as an individual case, you won't fare better by attempting to bring your case as a class action.
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