Why is he in solitary confinrement?
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I don't believe there is any set time period, however if he is suffering health problems you need to put the facility on notice and you might want to consult with an attorney about filing a habeas motion regarding his "cruel and unusual punishment"
You may want to check with the prison and find out if it has its own internal policies about solitary confinement. Regardless of what that policy is, the prison could still be violating your father's rights if his treatment is amounting to cruel and unusual punishment. You should consult with an attorney to get further advice on this matter.
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