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Prison Litigation and District Court’s Effect on the Electoral Process

BY LAWRENCE K. KARLTON, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 377 (2015). I was likely invited here because of my involvement in litigation concerning the California prison system; two of the cases I was involved in sought significant social change. The first case, Coleman v. Wilson,deals with the problem of providing adequate care for the mentally ill […]