Prisoner Right 6.2-Order now from

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 If an inmate has an issue with something that happens while locked up and want to be compensated for it. They would need to sue the state and the employee involved. Compared to the outside world, the inmate must get permission to sue the state, under normal circumstances, due to sovereign and qualified immunity. Do you believe that this is fair and just? Should there be a way that inmates can sue that does not require permission from the government? Give examples of your solutions to this issue. 
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