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legal process

noun summons, summons for a case, summons for a cause in court, summons for a connroversy before a court, summons for a court action, summons for a judicial contest, summons for a legal action, summons for a legal contest, summons for a legal controversy, summons for a legal dispute, summons for a trial, summons for an action, summons for an action at law, summons for legal proceedings, summons for litigation, summons for suit at law, writ
Associated concepts: means to compel attendance
See also: certiorari, charge, citation, controversy, lawsuit, prosecution, search warrant, subpoena, summons, warrant
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According to the court, the prisoner presented the "very archetype of a cognizable First Amendment retaliation claim" in alleging that prison officials: (1) arbitrarily confiscated, withheld and eventually destroyed his property, threatened to transfer him to another facility, and ultimately assaulted him; (2) because he; (3) exercised his First Amendment rights to file prison grievances and otherwise seek access to the legal process, and that; (4) beyond imposing those tangible harms, the officers' actions chilled the prisoner's First Amendment rights; and (5) were not undertaken in narrowly tailored furtherance of legitimate penological purposes.
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