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DOJ reverses Trump-era pandemic home confinement policy

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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DOJ says inmates on home confinement can stay out of prison. In the final days of the Trump administration, DOJ said released inmates would have to return to prison. The original releases were authorized under the $2.2 trillion CARES Act that former President Donald Trump signed in March 2020.
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Yahoo News

DOJ says inmates can remain on home confinement after pandemic ends

More than 7,700 inmates will be able to remain in home confinement under the bureau's control.

1 month ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Reuters

U.S. Justice Dept says inmates sent home due to COVID-19 will not be returned to prison

The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday announced it would not force federal inmates who were sent home due to the coronavirus pandemic to return to prison once the emergency is lifted.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
Ownership:The Woodbridge Company
News18 India

DOJ Says Inmates On Home Confinement Can Stay Out Of Prison

The Justice Department on Tuesday reversed its own legal opinion and said it would allow federal inmates released on home confinement because of the coronavirus pandemic to stay out of prison.

1 month ago·India
Ownership:Dhirubhai Ambani
USA Today

DOJ relaxes policy to recall federal prisoners released to home confinement to slow coronavirus spread

The action grants the federal Bureau of Prisons broad discretion to "permit prisoners in extended home confinement to remain there."

1 month ago·United States
Ownership:Gannett
CNN

Thousands of federal inmates released because of pandemic will be allowed to remain on home confinement, Justice Department says

Thousands of federal inmates who were released from prison to complete their sentence from home as a preventative measure to combat the spread of Covid-19, will be allowed to remain on home confinement, the Justice Department announced on Tuesday.

1 month ago·Atlanta, United States
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Associated Press News

DOJ says inmates on home confinement can stay out of prison

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department on Tuesday reversed its own legal opinion and said it would allow federal inmates released on home confinement because of the coronavirus pandemic to stay out of prison.

1 month ago·United States
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