Ferry v. Doohan, No. 3:18-cv-01891-HZ (D. Or.) November 28, 2018.

Petitioner cannot succeed in either his claim objecting to release to the state of mental health treatment records, as his rights of privacy are diminished in the post-prison supervision context, nor can he succeed in his demand to attend a particular church at a particular time, as the state’s failure to agree to that term does not materially impair any rights of worship he enjoys.

Ferry v. Doohan (D. Or., 2018)

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