In this edition of All Judges Are Bad, Justin takes a look at a case out of the Seventh Circuit, Singer v. Raemisch. The case severely limited prisoners first amendment right to assembly. It also highlights just how deferential prison law is to prisons and prison officials, and how judges often make decisions for no real reason other than to protect some of our most inhumane institutions.
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