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Jail Rights

A class of former and current pretrial detainees at a San Francisco jail may pursue their claims that their constitutional rights were violated when they were strip searched and denied opportunities for outdoor recreation, a federal court in California ruled.

SAN FRANCISCO — A class of former and current pretrial detainees at a San Francisco jail may pursue their claims that their constitutional rights were violated when they were strip searched and denied opportunities for outdoor recreation, a federal court in California ruled.

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