Inside Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Practices and Procedures for the Determination of Offenses against Discipline in Prisons of Britain and the United States

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Abbott, C. J., 252
Abstract, 169
Access to counsel: in Britain, 297-316; in United States, 289-97
Access to courts: in Britain, 297-316; in United States, 289-97
Access to legal materials: in Britain, 315-16; in United States, 291
Access to the press: in Britain, 318-19
Access to public officials: in Britain, 316-17; in United States, 295-96
Act of Settlement 1700, 220
Act of Union with Scotland 1706, 220
Action for damages: in Britain, 313,351-52
Adams v. Carlson, 339
Additional work, 114
Adjustment record, 237
Administration: prison, 118. See also Prison administration
Administrative: abuse, 218; discretion, 92; efficiency, 70, 76; remedies--in Britain, 340-49-- in United States, 327-40; segregation, 58, 95, 99, 100
Administrative Procedures Act, 37
Administrators, 23, 24
Advisory Council on the Penal System, 63, 78, 93, 105,366
Aggravation, 115
Aims, 69-79; of treatment, 164
Alaska: ombudsman, 331; program review, 109
Albany Prison, 363
Alcoholics Anonymous, 297
Allocation: in England, 56-57, 111; in United States, 56
American Bar Association, 104, 179, 184, 185
American Bar AssociationStandards Relating to the Legal Status of Prisoners, 384
American Bar AssociationSurvey on Prison Disciplinary Practices and Procedures, 236, 241
American Bill of Rights, 217
American Civil Liberties Union, 227, 294, 314
American Correctional Association, 95, 96
American Correctional AssociationManual of Correctional Standards, 26, 38, 58, 93, 150
American Federal Constitution, 217
American Law Institute, 150
Amnesty International, 365, 366
Anderson, Arbon v., 258-60, 270
Anderson, Stead v., 254
Anderson v. Home Office, 258-62, 270
Anderson, J., 228
Annoyances: suppression of, 72
Anson, William R., 309
Appeal, 189, 290, 327
Appearance of inmate, 176
Arbon v. Anderson, 258-60, 270
Archbold's Criminal Pleading Evidence and Practice, 315
Arizona, Miranda v., 244
Arkansas, 114, 187, 247
Arkansas: punishment for making complaints in, 297
Arkansas State Penitentiary, 170, 231
Assault, 73
Associated work, 106
Association and games, 258
Association of State Correctional Administrators], 113
Atkin, L. J., 353
Attica Correctional Facility, 245
Attitudes: of guards, 61. See also Correctional officers
Attorney General, 36
Attorneys: correspondence with, 234, 292-95; fees awarded to, 333
Austria. X v., 359
Authority, 66
Aversion therapy, 77, 118
Aversive stimuli, 119
Avery, Johnson v., 227, 290-92, 295
Award, 89, 90
Balance test, 238
Baldwin, Ridge v., 269, 271
Bar Council, 314
Barlinnie Prison, 102, 119, 206
Barry, J., 262
Baxter v. Palmigiano, 186, 242, 243
Becker, Dorothy, 264-66
Becker v. Home Office, 271, 273

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