1) Outline your findings from your review of the file of Kris, for whom Robert is considering
probation. State whether or not your results from the file review match Robert’s. Explain two (2)
instances in which your views and those of Robert are both similar and different.
2) Develop a profile of the so-called perfect candidate to participate in an intensive supervised
probation program. The profile should contain at least three (3) attributes that you believe make this
defendant the perfect candidate for this type of probation.
3) Defend or critique the strategy of matching the inmate to the correctional facility as a response to the legal
concept of cmel and unusual punishment. Provide a rationale for your position with concrete examples.
4) Defend or critique whether programs and amenities geared to making prison life effective—which
run the gamut from hiring extra officers, to counseling and therapy, to building a garden—are time
and taxpayer money well spent.