10th Circ. Reversed Federal Court Class Action Termination Under Rooker-Feldman

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit reversed a district court’s termination of a putative class action problem brought by previous state-court criminal offenders which declared offenses of federal and state statutes over labor they carried out as part of a court purchased alcohol and drug treatment program.

The previous criminal offenders were sentenced to a treatment program run by Christian Alcoholics and Addicts in Healing (CAAIR), where they carried out labor for personal entities consisting of Simmons Foods and Simmons Family Pet Food, a poultry processing plant and associated animal food business, according to the viewpoint. In their problem, the previous offenders declared that CAAIR and Simmons broke federal and state statutes forbiding forced-labor and needing payment of minimum salaries.

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