Ali v. Federal Bureau of Prisons

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This case presents a question to the U.S. Supreme Court concerning the Federal Tort Claims Act:[1]

  • Does the Federal Torts Claims Act provide a waiver of immunity exception for corrections officers sued over allegedly detained or mishandled goods?

References

  1. Ali v. Federal Bureau of Prisons, No. 06-9130. Certiorari granted May 29, 2007. Ruling below: 204 Fed.Appx. 778 (11th Cir. 2006).