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Court Upholds Prison Security Classification (access required)

An inmate classified as Intensive Management, or “IM” status at Red Onion maximum security prison, and who has advanced to a higher status with more privileges under the Virgin­ia Department of Corrections’ Operat­ing Procedure 830.A, loses his consti­tutional challenge to ...

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Court Upholds Red Onion Maximum-Security Classifications (access required)

A Roanoke U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant Virginia Department of Corrections on plaintiff’s suit alleging that the classification proce­dures that allegedly have prevented him from earning his release from the highly restrictive segregated confinement condi­tions at Red ...

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Court Allows Expert on ‘Police Practices’ (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit alleging excessive force used by five defendant police officers, a Ro­anoke U.S. District Court refuses to exclude testimony of plaintiff’s expert on police conduct; and plaintiff, who filed his initial excessive force complaint while incarcer­ated and who ...

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