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Inmate Seeks Solitary Detention Review (access required)

Plaintiff inmate, a member of Nation of Gods and Earths, or “Five Percenters,” may try his due process challenge to defendant South Carolina Department of Corrections’ procedure for reviewing defendant’s 20-year detention in solitary confinement; however, the 4th Circuit upholds ...

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Production Ordered in Racial Gerrymander Suit (access required)

In this lawsuit challenging 12 Virginia House of Delegates districts as the product of unlawful racial gerrymandering, a Richmond U.S. District Court orders selective disclosure of the assertedly privileged documents in the House’s possession. Plaintiffs have challenged 12 Virginia House ...

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