Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shaun Gann published a book titled “Constitutional Rights of Prisoners.”
The tenth edition covers all aspects of prisoners’ rights including an overview of the judicial system, constitutional law and explanation of specific constitutional issues regarding correctional populations. It also discusses the federal statutes that affect correctional administration and inmates’ rights to bring litigation. The book can be found on Amazon and on the Routledge website.
Gann’s book can serve as a primary text for undergraduate or graduate-level correctional law and prisoner rights courses within criminal justice, criminology, and sociology departments. It is also a reference tool for attorneys, law students, and correctional agencies.