How To Conduct a Defensible Due Process Disciplinary Hearing
A Guide for Hearing Officers
By William C. Collins, Esq.

The constitutional concept of "due process" is often misunderstood by inmates and staff alike.  This manual explains due process and demonstrates, with scores of examples, how to ensure that your inmate disciplinary hearing are conducted in a fair and professional manner that will stand up in court if challenged. 

Here is hands-on assistance in conducting disciplinary proceedings, reviewing facts and testimony, determining guilt or innocence,  and preparing the key written findings on which subsequent examinations may depend—written by the nation's foremost authority on inmate discipline and due process. 



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