May 29, 2005
Cases: Nice try, no cigar
Inmate Daryl Dorsey, who'd made complaints about his current cellmate, found himself transferred to a smoking cell. He sued the prison for breach of contract. No dice, said the court. In addition to the fact that he'd already made the claim and had it knocked out, he had no contract with the prison, and therefore there was nothing to be breached.
Dorsey v. Grafton Correctional Institution, 2005 Ohio App. LEXIS 2319 (Ohio Ct. App., May 19, 2005).
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