Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s Wife Emma Coronel Released From Prison After 15 Months
Emma Coronel, the wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, has been transferred to an inmate transition facility in Los Angeles, California to undergo a special regime before being released from prison after spending 15 months there. According to a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Donald Murphy, Emma Coronel has been moved from the FMC Carswell in Texas to a community confinement system. He did not clarify which program has been imposed on her, citing privacy and security reasons.
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Emma Coronel has either the option of home detention or halfway house to serve the final term of her sentence. She must complete a process of “reintegration into society” and is permitted to work, learn a trade, or receive drug use rehabilitation therapy, according to Univision. Upon her release on September 13, she will be subject to four years of probation and must report to the assigned federal office 72 hours after her release, among other conditions.
What is a Community Confinement System?
The Community Confinement System can be imposed as a condition of probation or probation, according to the Guidelines Manual of the United States Government website. The Federal Bureau of Prisons administers 22 providers who have contracts with over 14,000 inmates in home confinement or intermediate houses. Through this system, inmates receive programs and services like employment counselling, job training, financial management assistance, psychological therapy, among others, all aimed at rebuilding their ties with the community and preventing reoffending. Inmates may leave their places of confinement during the day for work, classes, and therapy but must return at night, and not all inmates have access to this program.