Judges Deny California Inmate Release Request, Cite US Law

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Elm Hall, a dormitory at the California Institution for Men, appears in this ...

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Above: Elm Hall, a dormitory at the California Institution for Men, appears in this undated photo.

Federal judges on Saturday refused on procedural grounds to order California to free thousands of prisoners to ease crowded conditions that attorneys representing inmates likened to a “tinderbox” ready to ignite with the rapid spread of the coronavirus.

But the three judges invited inmates’ attorneys to file a new motion with either or both of two individual judges who oversee major class action lawsuits over inmate medical and mental health care. Both judges are members of the three-judge panel, which also includes a federal appellate judge.

The judges virtually laid out a pathway for the inmates’ attorneys to seek help from the individual judges, and…



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