On a motion for summary judgment, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, found that when prison officials ignore a prisoner’s grievances he no longer has to pursue them to exhaust administrative remedies. The court also found that Hardy had stated a colorable Eighth Amendment claim, and thus denied the state’s motion for summary judgment. See: Hardy v. Aguinaldo, (Sept. 10, 2002); 2002 WL 31017611.
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Hardy v. Aguinaldo
|Cite||(Sept. 10, 2002); 2002 WL 31017611|