28 CFR 570.38 - Conditions of Furlough.
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(a) An inmate who violates the conditions of a furlough may be considered an escapee under 18 U.S.C. 4082 or 18 U.S.C. 751, and may be subject to criminal prosecution and institution disciplinary action.
(b) A furlough will only be approved if an inmate agrees to the following conditions and understands that, while on furlough, he/she:
(1) Remains in the legal custody of the U.S. Attorney General, in service of a term of imprisonment;
(2) Is subject to prosecution for escape if he/she fails to return to the institution at the designated time;
(3) Is subject to institution disciplinary action, arrest, and criminal prosecution for violating any condition(s) of the furlough;
(4) May be thoroughly searched and given a urinalysis, breathalyzer, and other comparable test, during the furlough or upon return to the institution, and must pre-authorize the cost of such test(s) if the inmate or family members are paying the other costs of the furlough. The inmate must pre-authorize all testing fee(s) to be withdrawn directly from his/her inmate deposit fund account;
(5) Must contact the institution (or United States Probation Officer) in the event of arrest, or any other serious difficulty or illness; and
(2) Leave the area of his/her furlough without permission, except for traveling to the furlough destination, and returning to the institution;
(3) Purchase, sell, possess, use, consume, or administer any narcotic drugs, marijuana, alcohol, or intoxicants in any form, or frequent any place where such articles are unlawfully sold, dispensed, used, or given away;
(4) Use medication that is not prescribed and given to the inmate by the institution medical department or a licensed physician;
(5) Have any medical/dental/surgical/psychiatric treatment without staff's written permission, unless there is an emergency. Upon return to the institution, the inmate must notify institution staff if he/she received any prescribed medication or treatment in the community for an emergency;
(7) Get married, sign any legal papers, contracts, loan applications, or conduct any business without staff's written permission;
(8) Associate with persons having a criminal record or with persons who the inmate knows to be engaged in illegal activities without staff's written permission;
(9) Drive a motor vehicle without staff's written permission, which can only be obtained if the inmate has proof of a currently valid driver's license and proof of appropriate insurance; or
Title 28 published on 2013-07-01
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