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Civil Rights – Prisoner Suit – ‘Three Strikes’ Rule – Dismissal Without Prejudice (access required)

Because a prisoner’s prior suits were dismissed without prejudice, his present suit is not barred by the “three strikes” rule of the Prison Litigation Reform Act of 1996, the 4th Circuit says, but the court upholds judgment for the government, which is immune from this prisoner suit. The Prison Litigation Reform Act of 1996, Pub. L. ...

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