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e-CFR Data is current as of July 28, 2014

TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER V—BUREAU OF PRISONS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER D—COMMUNITY PROGRAMS AND RELEASE

PART 571—RELEASE FROM CUSTODY

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Subpart A—[RESERVED]

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Subpart B—RELEASE PREPARATION PROGRAM

§571.10
Purpose and scope.
§571.11
Program responsibility.
§571.12
General characteristics.
§571.13
Institution release preparation program.
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Subpart C—RELEASE GRATUITIES, TRANSPORTATION, AND CLOTHING

§571.20
Purpose and scope.
§571.21
Procedures.
§571.22
Release clothing and transportation.
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Subpart D—RELEASE OF INMATES PRIOR TO A WEEKEND OR LEGAL HOLIDAY

§571.30
Purpose and scope.
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Subpart E—PETITION FOR COMMUTATION OF SENTENCE

§571.40
Purpose and scope.
§571.41
Procedures.
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Subpart F—FINES AND COSTS

§571.50
Purpose and scope.
§571.51
Definitions.
§571.52
Procedures—committed fines.
§571.53
Determination of indigency by U.S. Magistrate—inmates in federal institutions.
§571.54
Determination of indigency by U.S. Magistrate Judge—inmates in contract community-based facilities or state institutions.
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Subpart G—COMPASSIONATE RELEASE (PROCEDURES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 18 U.S.C. 3582(C)(1)(A) AND 4205(G))

§571.60
Purpose and scope.
§571.61
Initiation of request—extraordinary or compelling circumstances.
§571.62
Approval of request.
§571.63
Denial of request.
§571.64
Ineligible offenders.
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Subpart H—DESIGNATION OF OFFENSES FOR PURPOSES OF 18 U.S.C. 4042(C)

§571.71
Purpose and scope.
§571.72
Additional designated offenses.


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