State Sovereign Resistance Tanks Youth Detainees’ Claims versus Superintendent

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit figured out that a juvenile detention center’s superintendent was entitled to state sovereign resistance from a class action by youth detainees who declared that they went through unduly severe conditions after he permitted a popular program to movie at the center.

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Michael B. Brennan of the Seventh Circuit reversed a federal high court’s judgment rejecting summary judgment to Prepare County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center’s superintendent, Leonard Dixon, after concluding that he was acting within his authority as superintendent in permitting Fox’s “Empire” to movie at the center and was for that reason entitled to resistance

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