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