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UNITED ST TES DISTRICT COURT
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HUMANI"fS OF WASHfNGTO ,et ai"
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Plaintiffs,

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REI.E.<\SE AND
SEI rLE ENT AOREEME

JOSEPH LEJl1'fA , el al,

DefenOants.
Flaintiffs. Humanis.[s 0 Washington fim NationAl PriS'on Projecc Of thE; Am~r:ican

Liberties

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Rollin Wright, Billy Blankenship, Keith

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Closson. Mark Cook, William Robert Harris, Jerry Hawlcins, lich..'leI Potersan, Randy Tone sen.

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and Paut W 'ghE, by and through their attorneys we

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BRI. 'G~ fA

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Attomey GanerJl, KASEY C. KNEIP a.nd HEATHER Kl.ErN, Assistam Attorneys Geoeral, and

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NlICHAEL T.

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IDutual ,prom~ e he ein. arid jn mutua! decision to r~Qh/c lbe ~hll\le-C'apLioned maLLet"

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further lidg tion., hereby agree as

W. GENDLER and JOSEPH E.

and Defel1dan.5. by and hrou~ their attorneys, C1:IRISTINE O. GREGOIRE

~ITfCHELL,

Senior .I\ssistl.m Artorney General- bas d pon considernlfon and
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In cO'l1sideration of me foUowing provisions Of the release and settlement agreernen

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manis s of Wa.Jihillgton, the - at~ona1 Prison Project of the Ameritafl Civil Liberties

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plainiffs

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r niOIl Poundation, Jnc, , Ronin

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Robert

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riglu.. Billy Bl

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Clos!ion~

M.1rk Coo,

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Jerry Hawkins, Michael PClcrson, Randy ToUe fs,eo , and Paul Wrigh, !:heir heirs

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assigns or orller 5ucces..o;.ors in intere.c:t do hereby release and forever discharge the State of

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WaslulllgtOll. its officers, agents. employees 1 agencies, a.ru:I departments for any and all exist' g and

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furul,e claims, damages and 3U:Se5 of acfon of any nature wh:atso er arising out of lh e ertain

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UlC· denlS,

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Sllppiemented Complaint for DeclamtoIY and Injunc ive Reli f o.nd are Lhe source of this

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lawsuit c.1ptionad above, prav id ed, howe....er that this tel ens e does nOt . rend fo exisri n 0 fUture

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laUns, damages andiar cau~es of action mat relate in any way to phunliffs' Fifth Claim for Rehef.

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occurrences, casualties or events

Plaintiffs and dcicndants have agreed

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mt;h are de.scribed in the F ,t

ended and
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w reso \Ie this !aWSll i witho u

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lidgation in the following ma.DIlC!:

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Inmate plainlifis agree ta dismiss ,,,ith prejodice U1eir First Claim for Relief
bulk m H poHcy llS slated in

Pai[}t~.ffS.'

First Am~ndC!d and

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I;haHcDglng the defend ls

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Supplem n d Complai t for DccJarorQry

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Policy 450.100 MaH for Ommders, effec.ti . . 'e January 10 1999. provides for 51atewidt: ~ffet:t of dle

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settletne.l1t reached in

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Wash.)) en Oc~obrO. 1998.

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lnjunc(lvC Relief on the basis that amndcd DO

Miniken v. Waller, EDe Cause No, C 96-407-JLQ (1997 WL 778753 (E.n.

Publisher Is.Lntiffs agree

dismiss Mlh prejudice th ir Seeo d Cla.imor Relier

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challenging lhe ddendants' bulk ma!l policy as staled In Plainfffs' First Am n eel an

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Sllpplemcnrcd Complaint fot Dcdar; tory and Injun ive Relief

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Policy 4-0.100, Mail for Off ndcrs effective J3flWl1}' 10 1999t provides for stare",,;d elli

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sc tIemenl reached in . . ·"e vo_ Waller on October 10, 1998.

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the basis mat amended DOC

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PIa..i.l1tiff:S ;lg1't,;~ to dismiss with prejudice ilieir Third Claim for Reiie as stated in

Fla.i riffs' First Amended and Suppl'emerued Complain for Declaratory and Injunctiv ReHer um1er
the folJ.aw ing p rovisjoos:
Defendants agI1

to amend DOC Policy 50.100,

lai for Offcnde:rs, consistent

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dtecision in Crofton. v. Roe:, 110 F.3d 957 (9" Cir. 1999') tQub5tanllally provide:

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Inmates may

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gift subscriptions and/or publica! ions from any party other

than from another inmaEl3: or [he mends or family of another unrelated lnmnte~

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InIlmtes are responsible for notifYing fu~ pu lish

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WhUe an. inmatc may be !:he benflficiary ·of a gift subscription and/or publication.

of an.)' change of address;

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thl; inmate may be temporarily deprived of actual receip or poession of the publica ion whtl ill

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the

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specific tempornry property restrictions placed on the i.nrnate;

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segregEl.~iQll. Of

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$ubjctt to other ~ e:shicUons

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conlstent wilh the

,an inmate is subject to a property es.trictiD!'!. 2ny gift subse 'plion arniIor

publi adon win be held for at least ninEy (90) days b a e

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egardlug

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uired to oEify Sla to

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Plaintiffs

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foUowing

Plilintiffs agree

dls:rnlss widl prejudice th ir FOllrth. Clai,n for R,e]ief 3S sw,(

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irs! Amended and Supplemented Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Rdjef as it
the ['lubrication known as Maoisr Inlern.ationalist .Movement" MlMJ

ales under the

provL~' ons;

Defendants agree

ro review the M]].iI

publica ion

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and agre

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organil.'ltiomJ purpose. as '" struggl ring lo]nd oppr .sian y build{wg] public opinion 0 sciz

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not to rcj ec lbc pUbl ication

p,Qwer through tlnncd stNggI ..,

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on the bJl..S rs that each

fndants further agrea 'fa reviel,( each issue of MI

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e aluari g the o tent of each i.!isuc in conjunction with !:he maslhead adocaung ..stnlggLe ro

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oppress-ron hy b\1ild[ing] public opinion to. seize pCl"Vermmugh armed

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otes is decmali to be a: thn:ac oeg'timate

If the content oE lin ISsue of MlM

penologica objectives defendants reserve he ri· h

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rejec ltIe is-sue.

Plaintiff Paul WrighL agrees [0 di:smiss without prejudice: the Fftb Claim fur Relief.

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Sexually Explicit Materials, asstnt2d in Plaintry First Amended and Supplemented Cmnp]aml for

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Decl amtory and Injunctive ReHer.

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RELEASE A 0 SE1TlEMHNT

AGREBMENT

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Defendants further agree that a Department of Corrections ...mployee who is directly

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supervised by the persou who made rhe initial rejection dec'sian shall not hear the appeal. 'Direc

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supervision" is defined as the direct and immediate superv' or and shallot inc de tbose

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cmp!oyecs who are in me same chain of comrna.nd Of line of superv1sion but are not

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supervisor.
For mall iwns rejec.rcd

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de fend.an ts agree to provide

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descriptive language in "the mail rejection oorrce. Specifically, defe

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DOC 05-525

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plcture~

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ants .agree to arne d form

provide a listing of descrip ive categories, such as whether 0_ not the item is; a) a

b) cartoon; c) written depiction; d) advertisemenr~ or e) other. Plaintiffs agree to dis. niss

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Wilh prejudice lhe remainder of the claim addressing mail appeal

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natt.lre.

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lat are non-sexually expl"cit in

Plaintifl:1; agree to dismiss with prejudice. their Seventh Claim for ReHef wimin their

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Fies( Amended and Supplemented Complaint or Declaratory and Injunc lve Relief as it relates to

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tho danlal of non-subscripdOll bulk mall ant! Ihe refusal of defeodant~

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and publisher plaintiffs of ~nfisc.nted or discarded

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notify inmace plaintiffs

non-subscription bulk rnail items.

Plaimiffs' Eighth Claim for ReLief as staled in Plai -tiffs' Firsl }uncnded and

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Supplemented Complaint for Declaratory an Injunctive Relief challenging inrnale· o-jnm,He ma.il

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restrictiol1s, indudi ng the resrrictions on th kd pa.rties from eod ing legal materials to inmates T lS

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settled on rhe following: condiriofl.'l,:

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Pial tiffs agree to tlismi S willi prejudice all

laims caHenging the defendants'

restrictions on inrnate-to-innl'lre correspondence.

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Deferulant~

agree to deliver "legal materials" mai ed to 'Vashington State inmates

hy non-inmate, rhird-party senders under the following terms:
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"Legal material ., me defined as

1 dicial opinions (published and unpublished),

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reports and recommendations, orders. complaints. or answen>. settlement agrcementR, class action,

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noticas t legal briefs and' memoranda, and roo ·ons.
R.!2LEASE AN]) SETTLEMEN'I'

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The legal materials wi

be screenoo by

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correctional staff upon receipt lnto the irmitudon wnich may include asSJstance from the Ia

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library sla!f in idemifying eenam legal Oct111lents. The rece· -1 of third parry lega, rna /"'rials] as

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4 : Slare PeniIendary. Wa.~hi ngLon Corrections Center.

eNei:l Island Correction, Center] ClalJ.am

5 ' Bay Corrections Center, Wash j ng(on SlaleeformaWry, Twin Rl ers Correc-tiOlls Center Ahway
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Rcj8'hts Corrcc.tiom

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c.orrec:lions CenEl.;r).

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objectives. Defen lams agree toeuvcr approved 1 gal material

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Washington

Cornx:tio~

Cener foC' 'omen, and Stafford Cree

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ional mIT rncl

·:ng law library smffl re:i,eM!·e th right. to reject any

Lhe legal maleri Is defmoo a110ve if they are deemed

threaten legiimate pe ola,gical

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u due d:eIa ami pm ide

WTiuen notice of rejected mail items in accordance widl DOC Policy 450.100,

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D~rem.lants agree

SL:mlp legal docllmems as

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tllat a process will be unpIemented whereby correctional staff will

"appro~ecl"

upon de ivety

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the items to th inmate recipient.

Defendants also agree to permit irurmres he reee'va m abo e.-Ii ted. legal rna leria is
e insdtu ioml1 Jaw Hbrari s throughout the Sta e of W ,s it.glon for

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to send such legal m:i. rials to

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the purpo$ of filing those materials in l.aw library brief banks available for inmafes, The ocal

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l stitudon.s

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ing these mat,eriaJs rt'SerYC th.e rig! t to screen and r d~t the legal mal ri Is

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be

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at to redact tho capti n or name

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iLhin he legal materials filed in lhe brief banks of the .oeal

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jnstirutiona[ law libraries, provided that \he materials

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penological ohj ecrives_

copy of Pri~aTl Legal ews dali!d lanuary 19, 1996. In

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nm presenJ a threat to legitimate

Defendants agree 10 deFver to pI intiff.s BiUy Blankenship an ' Randy ToU fsen" a

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plaintiffs agreeu cUsmiss wuh

eir Nin h C]aim Or Reli f as staled i Plairuiffs l FirsE Amended and SupplemelllCd

Complains: for Declaratory and-Injunctive Relief. Phcintiffs

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a.gree ro assjsr d fendanr.s in

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RELEASe A. D9E'lTLEMENT
AGR£EMENT

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p Ii Y 50.100 I

vide otic

ft!'oo ants agree

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nismiss wltlJ

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document! aDd tha. .rest af the mulLiple copies shall be returned to the sender, dOlmted~ or destroyed

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m accordance with DOC Pelky 4 a.1OO? effective Jannary 10. 1999.

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DefendanlS funhcr agree to amend DOC Policy 450.100, l\ofa' I ror Offenders,

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Section IV. Unaulhodzed Incoming Mail. A. 22 to provide for a limit of One magvJne artid>e per

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,envelope from persons oilier lhan the publisher.

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Dclcndll1ltg further agree to amemI DOC Polky 450.100" Mail fo

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Ofteulers,

Section IV, Unauthorized Incoming MnH. A. 23 to provide for a limit of ten (0) newsp.aper

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8 , clipping8 per envelope. and these clippings may be received from perEons other than the publisher.
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Defendants further agree there may be relevant portions of DOC POlicy 150,100,

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Mail for Offenders that need to be amended to reflec the p reposed changes ouU lned in this

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setrlement agre~nr. DefendantS agree ro provide plamtiffs. tlrrough ibeir anomeys of record.

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with reasonable notice· Df proposed changes to DOC Policy 450.100" Mail for Offenders re.,')ulting

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from this lawsuit only for rhe purpose of review and comment.

II is UDdcnitood and agreed by the parties that this settlement is Ifl compffillise o[ a

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disputed claim, ana tlIat the consideration given J-l not (0 becorut etl as an .a:<lmi:ssioll of liability

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on lhe part of any defendam. and tllar s.aid defendanls deny liab'li y.

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Defendants agree to in.formally review a fair and reasonabJI: attorneys feesfcosls

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application submiucd by plaintiffs consi5tent with applicable law and applicable attorney f~S'

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limitations rrtl.ndaled by Congress in the Prison LitiglUion Reform Act a 42

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agreement an me amount of attomcys I fees a.ruI costs can be reached, defe:nd.:mts shaH pay such

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amount within 30 days of such agreement. If an agreement cannot be reached On <'IMrney fees and

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costs, plaimiffs Shall have 60 days fQ,Uowing execution of tile fcf1Jl.fi!

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which to submh a Bill of Costs and/or a mOlion fOT attorneys' f:ees to the Honorahle Judge

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Burgess. Defendants wilJ then have (he opportunity to object to the Bill of Costs: and/or rno ion for

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attorneys' fees with full briefing before the court. Neither plaintiffs nor dflfenda.nts waive the right

.S.C. § 19'9'7e. If

Seuh!ln~nt

Agreement in

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ANlJ SbTi'Lf.MENT

AORE8\otENT

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ATI'Ofu~ GENBM [. OP WA5!,!'INGTClN

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to appenJ the Pistrict CU1.1res decision as to (he amount of atlOmeys fees andlor costs award ... d in
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this case by emering 'this agreemeDt.

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The parties will gign and present to the

COUrt

for entry a I Stipulation and Agr"...ed

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Order of Dismissal Wilh Prejlldice~ to d.ismiss. aU pendmg litigation on this matter am ng: . laimiffs

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and defendants, except the pmtic.s agree to

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prejudico.

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dismiss plaintiffs' Fifth Chim for Relief without

Defendants agree to comply with the terms of this agreement duriIlg B. 3D-month

R enforcement period. During this

30~moIltll

enforcement pedod, plain i£~ must :ltl:emp(

to

reJ -olve

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any and all dispUles concerning the defendants' C(lotirrufng compliance with this 3!:t'l"CCmcnt through

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the [o!lowirlg dispute resolution process. P aintiffs shaH 'infonn counsel for the DOC, Criminal

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Just-tee Divi.sion in writing of oy !lHGged subsmndal non-complia.nce.

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resolved. at Ihat stagc, plaintiffs or counsel for plain iffs and counseL fDr me DOC

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to

Unless the problem is

resolve any differences. This agreement does

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meet and

require pi aJnriffs t,o

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exhaust DOC'.ii ad ()"Ii nistral ive gricva nee proces.'l prior to atttempting to re.solve any and all dtSp'Utes

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lbrough (he alternatjve dispute resolmion process described. in this agreement.

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cannm be

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in a federal or Slate court of competent jurisdi\.ilOD. lo,c;:.ated within the geographic boundaries of the

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re~olvcd by

meeting

and conferring,

then !he plaintiffs may pursue specific p~rfommncc .

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Western District of Wa.shington on hehalF of the plaintiffs lo remedy any

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agreement

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8,

IfEhetspme

non~complia[1ce

whh this

The pn:::yaUlng party in any ac(on for spec.ific performance of !his agreement wn

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be entitled to recover attorney fees and costs. consistent with. applicable law .and the Prison

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LitigallQr1 Reform Acr. Each side wiU b(!M rheir own coots and attorney fees in pursuing a disput,e

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res.olution process to resolve

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agrcemem precludes the moe of any other typo of alternative dispute resolution process that tbe

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parties agree to employ.

[}!1y

alleged non~compliance with this agreement.

othing in this

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RELEAS E AN D SEITLI!MJ3NT
AGREEMUNT

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11TIORNEY GENElVi.T' OF WIlSlH IiN!G1"O
CfIIl'IiMI h"u i~ ni\'i~ijon

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Defendants agree to comply with the renDS of this agreement for 30-months,

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beginning on the implementatkm dale specified in parn.graph 10 below t an to wai:ve ,their right, if :

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any, to request or obtain lCnninaf:ion of this agreement prior 0 the oxpiration of the 30-month

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enforcement period pursuant to i8

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the expiration of the 30-month enforcement period, defendants .may petition

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rnnnloation in accordance with 18 U.S.C.

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case 18 U,S.C. § 3626(c)(l997)(as amended onoy. 26, 1997) shall apply. Plaintiffs may op_ Qse

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defendant!:' motion for temlInation plh"Sua.rlt to 18 U.S,C. § 3626 (b)(3)(as amended 00 ·Qv. 26,

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1997).

.S.C. § 3626(b)(2)(1997)(as amended on Nov. 26, 1997).

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J626(b)(1)(asamendcdon Nov. 26 1

Plaintiffs; opposition uuder 18 U.S.C. § 3626(b)(3) to terminate shall be limired to

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plaintiffs' claims where relief was obt.uned through provls'ons of this Release and Settlement·

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Agreement.

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On or by rilme months frorn the dare this agreem.eIlt is signed, the defendants shall

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implement this agreement, including the amendmsnr to DOC Policy 450.100. proposed

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amendments to W C 137-28-220 and WAC 137-28-260, and all other injunctive reli f obtained by

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plaintiffs through t:h is agreement.

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This document is not a c.onsent decree, but it is an agreement enfurceab1 through

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the contractual remed ies spec j !ie<.!., hereiu.

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shOldd be construed as creating or e;ttiDguishing

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interests.

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one of the provi.41lons contained in this agreement

any state or federal crea.red con. tiruUonal

This agreement COrlslitures rno fmal wril12n expression of all [he terms of se ement

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and is a complete aru.I exclusive statement of those terms. No oilier agreements, in writincr or oral

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bind the parties.

The undersigned hereby declare the temt.'i of [his settlement

,~greemcnt

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completely

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final and binding compromise, adjustment and settlement qf any and all claims. disputed or

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orhenvise.

r~.ad,

RELEASE A 0
AGREEMENT

wholly understood and voluntarily accepted for the purpose of making a

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fun and

ATIOR..·{BY GF.Nf.lV.l . OF ...."iI·uNmON
C(imilNll ;u~li~ Thy' in
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