This Comment will examine the deficiencies of the prison prenatal care system. It will discuss current litigation in terms of its impact on the prison staff to effectuate change and its possible influence upon future litigation. Further, three states' models for permitting the retention of physical custody of a child by an incarcerated mother will be investigated.
Terri L. Schupak,
Women and Children First: An Examination of the Unique Needs of Women in Prison, 16 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.