Breault, Adam M.
August 2002
Albany Law Review;2002, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p289
Academic Journal
Examines the subject of prisoners' rights and pays specific attention to the right to procreation through artificial insemination. Background on the prisoner's rights law; Types of prisoners' rights claims; Court decision in the Goodwin v. Turner case concerning the issue.


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