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From through , he was in private practice concentrating on providing representation to prisoners. He is also an author and co-author of a number of self-help litigation manuals for prisoners; a number of articles on rights of prisoners; and co-author of A Prisoner's Rights, Annual Survey of Michigan Law, Wayne Law Review. Reviews Review Policy. Published on.
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