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Government Resources

Incarcerated Veterans Information and Resources Page; from FedCURE, Jul 06

History of the Federal Parole System from the US Department of Justice, May 2003. Prepared by Peter B. Hoffman, PhD, Parole Commission consultant. Parole of federal prisoners began after enactment of legislation on June 25, 1910. There were three federal penitentiaries and parole was granted by a parole board at each institution. Read More.

How Federal Laws are Passed

Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act Explained - An in depth guide to getting the documents you need from the government; compiled by Prisoners of the Drug War and the November Coalition. Note: Downloadable PDF format; you will need the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file.

BOP FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions from The U.S. Bureau of Prisons

Resources for Federal Government Websites

Department of Justice
U.S. Bureau of Prisons
Federal Judicial Center
Search Congress - THOMAS
United States Sentencing Commission
Federal Agencies
The White House
Office of National Drug Control Strategy - ONDCP
U.S. Congress: Senate
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State Referral Websites

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Library of Congress
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