Which of the following is NOT an ethical dilemma for social workers working in corrections?
a. Testifying in court regarding information about sexual victimization that was disclosed during a presentence assessment by a convicted offender.
b. Working within the department of corrections to change policies and practices that are repressive toward inmates.
c. Holding clients accountable for their illicit drug use behavior, which may involve sending them to prison, when this behavior is restricted to personal use.
d. Working with clients who are mandated by law to work with the social worker.