Ali v. Federal Bureau of Prisons, 552 U.S. 214 (2008), was a United States
Supreme Court case, upholding the United States's sovereign immunity against
In the detention of goods exception to the waiver of sovereign immunity in the
Federal Tort Claims Act, is the phrase "other law enforcement officer" limited to ...
May 3, 2016 ... Following news reports that the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) had confined
..... January 2017); Reeves County Detention Center III, Pecos, Texas ..... district
court cannot award jail credit at sentencing (see United. States v.
May 1, 2013 ... The exterior of ADX prison, Florence, Colorado. The "Alcatraz of the Rockies"
Bacote et al. v. Federal Bureau of Prisons. "If you can't do the time ...
Nov 13, 2015 ... imprisonment in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), and was
transferred in 2009 to Reeves III, a facility owned by Reeves County and .... Court
has repeatedly declined to resolve the split, see Welch v. Smith ...
May 24, 2011 ... STEPHEN RAHER. Plaintiff, v. FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS, ...
Management & Training Corporation (“MTC”), and Reeves County, Texas ...
Feb 23, 2015 ... ... was ordered to serve 30 months at the Reeves County Detention Center, a
sprawling prison complex in Pecos, Texas. In prison, he told officials he had a
long history of epileptic seizures. ... Houston Dynamo vs. ... that contract with the
federal Bureau of Prisons to house low-risk non-U.S. citizen inmates.
Feb 13, 2015 ... Judge Carlton Reeves sentenced three young white men in the murder of ... to
the BOP [Federal Bureau of Prisons] — an agency headed by an ...
Feb 24, 2015 ... Prison officials sprayed tear gas; a SWAT team, the Texas Rangers, the FBI and
the US ... Requirement (CAR) prisons under the jurisdiction of the federal Bureau
of Prisons. ... Successive riots broke out at the Reeves Detention Center Complex
in Pecos, ... Trump's Racial and Ethnic Hierachy: Blacks v.
Feb 24, 2015 ... CREDIT: AP/Rogelio V. Solis. ... U.S. District Judge Carl Reeves, the second
African-American appointed to a federal judgeship from ... as is the head of the
Federal Bureau of Prisons—where the defendants will soon head.