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    Prisoner's rights versus the rights of the state

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    Explain the conflict between safeguarding a prisoner has constitutionally protected rights and the state's authority to reduce those rights in order to protect its own interests and the interest of its citizens. Propose recommendations to remedy this conflict.

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    A society is based on a social contract that guarantees people certain rights in return for their agreement to live in the society under specific rules and laws. Of those rules and laws are broken, however, the society has the right to take away some of the rights that it guaranteed the people in the first place since their end of the bargain was not upheld.

    Thus, promising all individuals life, liberty and property is a guarantee made to people who have ...

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