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Prisons & Jails – Administrative – Exhaustion Requirement – Constitutional – Eighth Amendment – CPAP Machine (access required)

Owle v. Solomon (Lawyers Weekly No. 004-010-17, 23 pp.) (Richard Voorhees, J.) 5:16-cv-00025; W.D.N.C. Holding: After defendants moved the plaintiff-prisoner into a cell that lacked an electrical outlet for plugging in his CPAP machine, plaintiff submitted a letter that would have been timely under the North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s Administrative Remedy Procedures; however, the ...

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