Plaintiff is an inmate at Lovelock Correctional Center and filed a civil rights complaint under 42 USC 1983 against the Nevada Department of Corrections for disciplinary charges filed during his time at High Desert State Prison. The disciplinary charges resulted in the prison transferring him from a level two to a level three housing unit, which restricted his time outside the cell. The transfer also resulted in his inability to work a prison job, affected his parole points, and resulted in a loss of canteen privileges. Plaintiff argues this was a violation of his first amendment rights and his due process rights protected by the U.S. Constitution. He filed multiple grievances and believes they were not addressed properly and that he was punished for filing the grievances. Plaintiff is seeking representation through the Federal Pro Bono Program in this case.
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