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Criminal – Parole Denial – Acquitted Conduct (access required)

Although petitioner contends the U.S. Parole Commission violated his constitutional right by relying on criminal charges petitioner was acquitted of to repeatedly deny him parole, the district court dismisses his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. Congress has committed decisions to grant or deny parole to the absolute, unreviewable discretion of the USPC. Parole decisions ...

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