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May 23. 2014 12:19PM

Killer sues NHDOC for right to receive Christmas Cards from Outlaws

Christopher L. Legere v. NHDOC: Legere asserts a due process challenge to being identified in state prison records as a gang member. Legere also asserts First Amendment claims challenging the prison's rejection of Christmas cards sent to him by the Outlaws Motorcycle Club (“Outlaws”), a group of which he has been a member, on the basis that the group is not a prison gang, and equal protection claims on the grounds that other inmates are allowed to receive Christmas cards from their friends and loved ones.

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