This Case Note analyzes the Second Circuit's decision in United States ex rel. Johnson v. Chairman, New York State Board of Parole, which held that due process considerations required the Board to issue a statement giving its reasons for denial of parole, both as a guide for the prisoner's rehabilitative efforts and as an enduring record for possible appellate review.



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