Federal Prison

Federal prisons are run by national governments in countries where subdivisions of the country also operate prisons.

In the United States federal prisons are operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. In Canada the Correctional Service of Canada operates federal prisons. Prison sentences in these federal prisons may be handed down to convicts who have violated a federal law.

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    Thus I alone, where all my freedom grew,
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