W.D.Wash.: State admin. health and safety SW against private ICE jail not enjoined

The State of Washington got an administrative search warrant for a workplace inspection of a private jail operating for immigration. The jail sought federal removal and an injunction which is denied. Washington state law requires these workplace inspections, and GEO’s contract requires it comply with local health and safety laws. Dep’t of Labor & Indus. of Wash. v. Geo Secure Servs., LLC, 2024 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115837 (W.D. Wash. July 1, 2024).

Pro se litigant’s son has no standing to challenge a subpoena to his mother. Abdusamatova v. Abdulhakov, 2024-Ohio-2533 (12th Dist. July 1, 2024).

This 2255 petitioner claims four different lawyers in his case were ineffective for not challenging this search on different grounds when he’d already lost on three grounds. And he can’t show Strickland prejudice. United States v. Dismukes, 2024 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115434 (N.D. Ind. June 28, 2024).*

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