|Occupation||Federal Criminal Justice Reform. Federal Inmate Advocacy|
|Location||Washington, D.C., United States|
|Introduction||FedCURE is the world's leading advocate for America's, ever growing, federal inmate population. Collectively, five of FedCURE's 14 board members have over 50 years of in prison experience--behind the fence--as former federal inmates. Each holding J.D.'s, two holding LL.M's and two holding Ph. D's. Our lifetime members include the best criminal attorneys in the United States. (http://www.FedCURE.org) FedCURE is a non-profit organization and the Federal Chapter of Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE), founded over 45 years ago. ( http://www.curenational.org )|
|Interests||Federal Prisons, Federal Inmates, H.R. 3072, Legislation to Revive the system of parole for federal prisoners, Provide prisoner re-entry opportunities.|
|Favorite Books||The United States Constitution and The Amendments.|
That can't really be a fish you're standing on, can it?
What year did Congress abandon parole for all federal offenses?