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Civil Rights – Prisoner’s Shaved Head – Religious Beliefs – RLUIPA (access required)

In a South Carolina inmate’s suit alleging claims of excessive force and violation of his religious beliefs arising from the forced shaving of his head under the institutional grooming policy, the 4th Circuit vacates summary judgment for defendant prison officials on plaintiff’s RLUIPA claim because they relied on an affidavit filed in another suit, which ...

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