Required Inmate Confessions Improper, Judge Says

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New York State corrections officials suspended counseling for convicted sex offenders last week after a federal judge ruled it was illegal to require inmates to confess their sins during prison therapy sessions, says the Albany Times-Union. The state is trying to develop a substitute counseling program. The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge David Hurd
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