LIVELY, Senior Circuit Judge. The question in this case is whether Michigan prison officials violated an inmates due process rights by failing to return the inmate promptly to the general prison population from administrative segregation after determining that he was no longer subject to segregation. The district court held that Michigan prison rules and regulations do not create a liberty interest in an inmates right to release from segregation that is protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The district court also held that even if the inmate had such a liberty interest he received the process he was due, and further, that the defendant prison officials were entitled to qualified immunity. The district court granted the defendants motion for summary judgment and dismissed the action. We reverse and remand for further proceedings.