U.S. district court: witness evidence due process.

Position:Discipline
 
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Thomas v. McBride, 306 F.Supp.2d 855 (N.D.Ind. 2004). A state prison inmate brought a habeas proceeding to challenge a finding of guilt at a prison disciplinary hearing. The district court denied habeas relief. The court held that the prison disciplinary board adequately explained its reasons for refusing to allow the inmate to call a witness, and that the board's finding of guilt was supported by some evidence. The court found that the inmate was not denied due...

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