No snarky comments allowed, by the way, on the fact that the prisoner here need not read the article anyway since he's going to be in prison for a long time and have no ability to use his new-found skills. Remember: Prison's all about rehabilitation. We want you to be ready, willing and able to reenter society once you get out. Really, really ready. On all fronts.
P.S. - On the merits, I agree with Justice Wiseman that there's no due process right of judicial review for the issuance of CDC 115's that don't involve the loss of custody credits. I did want to add, however, that I think it's a tougher question -- one that's admittedly not raised by this case -- whether such a right exists with respect to 115s that are subsequently relied upon by the parole board to deny parole. It seems to me that in such cases, continued custody is indeed at issue, at which point due process rights validly attach. Just something to think about in the future.