Business Finance
Motherhood behind bars

Question Description

I’m working on a Business Law question and need guidance to help me study.

What four (4) major issues do mothers behind bars face? 

What can be done in today's prison system to mediate these issues? 

What do you feel should be done with a baby who is born to an incarcerated mother?   

What happens to the baby?

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Final Answer

Mothers in prison face many issues-

Shackling of women during pregnancy .

If children are older say 5 or 6years . Maintaining connection with their children is tough as they tend to live with their guardian or in child care . 

Problems with proper medical care , miscarriages , still births etc . 

Depression, substance abuse , physical and mental problems . 


What should be done -

Shackling of pregnant women causes a lot of problems and should be banned . Though most sets have banned it , there are still several states remaining . 

Imprisoned mothers should be given more time to spend with their children , mother is the base which every kid needs . even though she is behind bars she is his or her mother and this should be respected . Low offenders should be given access to their children . Regular visits will  increase bonding and will also help mothers to fight loneliness and depression . 

Medical care given to pregnant mothers in prison should be brought up to satisfactory standards . Facilities and doctors should be ready to combat any issue such as internal bleeding or miscarriage or still birth if such situations arise . 

Proper rehabilitation should be provided to these women who may have faced substance abuse or any other problems . Prison time is very harsh both mentally as well as physically , expert doctors and physycologist must be made available . 


I think children of imprisoned mothers if too small may be placed in prison nurseries with complete access to the mother . And for older children they must be placed with grandparents or guardians or family members instead of child care centres . After all family is important . 



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