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Civil Rights: 42 U.S.C. §1983-Inmate-Invasion of Privacy

Plaintiff, an inmate, filed suit under 42 U.S.C. §1983 against various prison officials, claiming invasion of privacy. The district court granted plaintiff’s motion to proceed in forma pauperis and dismissed the case. Where having female prison guards monitor a male ...

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Six Degrees of Greitens

INFOGRAPH: The parameters of Gov. Eric Greitens’ May 14 trial are falling into place. In a case involving the state’s top elected official, one of the state’s busiest courts and some of the state’s most prominent lawyers, nearly everyone seems to have a connection.

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Radio station owes student misidentified as porn star

A pair of Kansas City morning show hosts’ attempt at ribald humor cost their radio station’s parent company $1 million after a federal jury in Kansas City, Kansas, found that they libeled a University of Kansas law student whom they misidentified as a pornographic actress.

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