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

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"I used to talk to" is correct. "used to" refers to a past activity that was frequent or habitual. I used to go to movies. "I use" is present tense. I use a fork.

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SNOOP data on the question and all answers save mine show that they came from the same source. What a pity that leftists all play such games, therefore, they lose them. Leftists have always been utterly bizarre. Perhaps that explains their dismal insecurity and their feelings of inferiority.

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

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Use google for a data base
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