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2006AP948 Jackson v. Buchler

Prisons Prison discipline Where evidence is inconclusive, and does not contradict evidence in a prison discipline hearing, it is unnecessary to decide whether a prisoner has a right to exculpatory evidence. "Having concluded that the video evidence neither undermines nor contradicts the confidential informants' statements--and that it may in fact corroborate them--we turn next to briefly address Jackson's ...

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