Prisons & Jails – Constitutional – Due Process & Ex Post Facto Clauses – Parole Denial Policy – Violent OffendersBurnette v. Fahey Plaintiff Virginia inmates have not stated due process and ex post facto claims against defendant members of the Virginia Parole Board in their official capacities for an alleged policy of denying parole to parole-eligible inmates convicted of violent offenses; the 4th Circuit affirms dismissal of the inmates’ complaint.
You have clicked on a link to
information that is
Already a paid subscriber but not registered for online access yet? For instructions on how to get premium web access, click here.
Interested in Subscribing?
Start by choosing how you'd like your news delivered.
- Print and Digital -
Published: July 12, 2012
Time posted: 1:41 pm
Tags: Constitutional, Due Process & Ex Post Facto Clauses, Parole Denial Policy, Prisons & Jails, Violent Offenders