parole, due process, hearing


Case note regarding the due process rights for parole applicants. In Williams v. Ward, the second circuit reversed the lower court and acknowledged that at the very least, some due process rights are guaranteed but that the disclosure of the parole file is not constitutionally guaranteed.

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