The failure to preserve evidence of an alleged use of force did not violate the right of access to courts absent an allegation of intentional interference or the deprivation of a recovery that the plaintiff otherwise would have obtained. See: Marsh v. Kirschner, 31 F.Supp.2d 79 (D.Conn. 1998).
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Marsh v. Kirschner
|Cite||31 F.Supp.2d 79 (D.Conn. 1998)|