Prisoners' Rights: Taking Pictures and Measurements in a Prison

Prisoners' Rights: Taking Pictures and Measurements in a Prison
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Last updated: September 2004

Sponsors: Illinois Institute for Community Law
Illinois Legal Aid Online
Date: Monday, August 23, 2004
Speakers: James Chapman, Illinois Institute for Community Law

James Chapman discusses how to take photographs and measurements in a prison. Mr. Chapman presents detailed information on the steps you need to take to get permission to visit a prison, how to best measure a prison cell, how to best take pictures of a prison cell, and how to use the pictures you take as evidence in your case. Mr. Chapman also shares pictures used in past cases.

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Front of Prisoner Cell Photo.jpg JPG 90.7KB
Prison Floor Plan Photo.jpg JPG 116.3KB
Rear Access to Cell Photo.jpg JPG 105.6KB
Segregation Cell Photo.jpg JPG 148.2KB
Shower Stall Photo.jpg JPG 86.2KB
Ventilation Space Behind Cell Photo.jpg JPG 137.4KB

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