Why is inmate classification is often referred to as the "cornerstone" of corrections?

Why is inmate classification is often referred to as the "cornerstone" of corrections?

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Answered: Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? "I feel well

"I feel good" is good grammar. "Good" is an adjective that describes mood, and some other possible feelings are bad, happy, exhilarated. "I feel bad" is also correct. "Well" is most often an adverb rather than a feeling. "I feel well" could be acceptable for someone who judges the quality of ...

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Amen! I hope that we don't have to go looking for them.

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No, As of July 1 2009, no extra gain time was awarded.

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I'm not an expert, but I believe there are no laws requiring an education, however states require that parents send thier children to school until 8th Grade or the age of 16, where a child may drop out of school if he/she chooses. Home-schooling is a new and growing option. A lack of education ...
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