‘After Life Imprisonment’ Examines Re-entry Of Parolees Into Society

With honour to returning lifers, there is another good problem that, maybe ironically, really mostly foils a efforts of a returning prisoner: a release system. Professor Liem reports that paroled lifers mostly can’t find work that their release officers will approve, and that in practice, release is a complement of control and fortify (similar to institutionalization), and not one of reconstruction and assistance. The stories of particular lifers associated in a content exhibit a healthy dread of release officers, whose decisions are god-like, life-altering and mostly arbitrary.

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