Running Head: MANAGEMENT OF PRISONS
Management of Prisons
Results of United States Supreme Court ruling on of Prisons management
Prison Management is the procedural and structured running of prison systems that allows
inmates to express their views on a wide range of issues of relevance for their collective lives in
prison. A disciplinary process is an approach used by prison management to gap or regulate
undesirable behaviors and performances using corrective action process. This majorly helps to
regulate disciplinary cases in prison systems and help in upholding prisoner relations
According to the hearings of Sandin (1995) and Wolff (1976), there are some addressed issues
that are clearly depicted, these issues include;
MANAGEMENT OF PRISONS
According to Wolff v. McDonnell (1976), a prisoner filled a case for injunctive relief and
damages in which he argued that the proceedings violated the awaiting process and thus the
constitutional standards were not met by the inmate legal assistance program.
The inmate also alleged that the governing regulations for the inmate’s mail were restrictive in
an unconstitutional manner; the prisoner was dismissed by the district court as the respondent
claim regarding the procedural due process but the courts couldn’t ignore all evidence brought to
stage and they issued partial relief on the respondent and held that the policy for inmates
inspecting all emails for the attorney-prisoner was not proper, the court also posted that the
restrictions on inmates legal assistance were not faulty according to the constitution.
The prisoner in question being the respondent appealed his case to the courts of appeals which
they ruled on his favor on ...