According to traditional notions, a parolee is not entitled to even the minimal safeguards of procedural due process. The Sixth Circuit echoed those sentiments in the recent case of Rose v. Haskins. This note, however, maintains that the Rose rationale, when analyzed in light of contemporary Supreme Court decisions, is no longer viable.
Constitutional Law: Parole Status and the Privilege Concept,
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