The U.S. District Court ruled that the Bureau of Prisons "is hereby enjoined from opening outside of the plaintiff's presence or reading any incoming mail to him bearing an apparently genuine return address of an attorney, law firm, any court official or any government official, whether or not there are any particular markings on the envelope." The BOP is appealing the case. Stotts v. Meese, Case No. 86-813-CRT-DE, U.S.D.C. Raleigh, NC. The attorney for the prisoner was Marvin Sparrow, P.O. Box 27611, and Raleigh, NC 27611.
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Stotts v. Meese
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