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Brief • May 17, 2017
Fernandez v. City of Phoenix, AZ, Order Denying Mot to Stay, Police Shooting Wrongful Death, 2012 Case 2:11-cv-02001-FJM Document 62 Filed 05/29/12 Page 1 of 3 1 WO 2 3 4 5 6 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 7 FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA 8 9 10 11 12 ...
Parsons v. Ryan, AZ, Complaint, Systemic Medical Neglect Class Action, 2012 Case 2:12-cv-00601-NVW--MEA Document 1 Filed 03/22/12 Page 1 of 77 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Daniel J. Pochoda ...
Publication • May 8, 2017
GAO - Prisoner Labor, 1993 I ----------i t l11ikd St at.<"s Ge1wral A<·cmrnt in~ Of'f1<'e GAO l{eport to the llonorablc 1Tarry Flcid, lJ.S. Senate PRISONER LABOR Perspectives on Paying the Federal Minimum Wage GAO/G<i D-H:l-H8 .--------·-; GAO United States General Accounting Offtce Washington, D.C. 201548 General Government Division B-253226 May20, ...
Article • May 5, 2017 • from PLN May, 2017
Stipulated Order Desegregates Arizona Prisons; $195,000 in Attorney Fees Awarded by Matthew Clarke by Matt Clarke Decades after prisons in the Deep South were desegregated by the federal courts, a federal judge has approved a stipulated order desegregating housing and job assignments in Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) facilities. The ...
Brief • May 4, 2017
Mendiola-Martinez v. Arpaio, AZ, Settlement, Shackling Pregnant Prisoners, 2016 SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND GENERAL RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS This Settlement Agreement and General Release of All Claims (hereinafter "Agreement") is made by Plaintiff Miriam Mendiola-Martinez and Defendants Joseph M. Arpaio, and Maricopa County (hereinafter "Plaintiff," "Defendants," and/or the "Undersigned"). · WHEREAS, ...
Brief • May 2, 2017
Mendiola-Martinez v. Arpaio, AZ, Amended Complaint, Shackling Pregnant Prisoners, 2012 Case 2:11-cv-02512-DGC Document 7 Filed 05/14/12 Page 1 of 19 1 2 3 4 Joy Bertrand, Esq. PO Box 2734 Scottsdale, Arizona 85252-2734 Telephone: 480-656-3919 Fax: 480-361-4694 joyous@mailbag.com www.joybertrandlaw.com Arizona State Bar No. 024181 5 6 ATTORNEY FOR: PLAINTIFF 7 ...
Brief • April 25, 2017
Lopez-Valenzuela v. Arpaio, AZ, Order, No Bail for Undocumented Immigrants, 2015 Case: 11-16487, 12/03/2015, ID: 9778457, DktEntry: 124, Page 1 of 19 FILED UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT ANGEL LOPEZ-VALENZUELA; ISAAC CASTRO-ARMENTA, Plaintiffs - Appellants, DEC 03 2015 MOLLY C. DWYER, CLERK U.S. COURT OF APPEALS ...
Fee Award in Arizona Prison Healthcare Suit Helps Fund Legal Services for Immigrant Detainees, ACLU by Joe Watson by Joe Watson A law firm that helped represent Arizona prisoners pro bono in a lawsuit against the state&rsquo;s Department of Corrections (ADC) over substandard medical treatment is using the attorneys&rsquo; fees ...
Article • April 3, 2017 • from PLN April, 2017
Innocence Project Blasts Lack of Consequences from Prosecutorial Misconduct by Derek Gilna by Derek Gilna The Innocence Project has published a report that examines the lack of consequences for prosecutors who engage in misconduct resulting in the conviction and imprisonment of innocent defendants. The non-profit organization examined court records in ...
Article • April 3, 2017 • from PLN April, 2017
Filed under: Medication, Death Row
Arizona DOC Invites Attorneys to Provide Execution Drugs for Their Clients by On February 15, 2017, The Guardian reported that the state of Arizona had unveiled a controversial new death penalty plan. A provision of the state&rsquo;s execution protocol now invites attorneys representing death row prisoners to provide prison officials ...
Article • February 21, 2017
BOP Agrees to Settlement After Its Demotion Action Found Without Cause by Following a ruling in favor of an employee by the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, a settlement was reached between the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and the employee. John E. Cannon was the Acting Warden at Federal ...
The Private Prison Primer: Stolen shoes and the Kingman riots by By Beryl Lipton, MuckRock Part 1 - Taking a look inside the black hole of prisoner grievances, and the lessons learned too late During the years it was operated by the private&nbsp;Management and Training Corporation, the &ldquo;property&rdquo; grievance was ...
Riot at Private Prison in Arizona Prompts Review, Reforms and Change in Contractor by Derek Gilna In July 2015, the privately-run Arizona State Prison Complex at Kingman (ASP Kingman) was rocked by a protracted riot in which 16 people &ndash; both guards and prisoners &ndash; suffered injuries. Following the disturbance, ...
Article • February 8, 2017 • from PLN February, 2017
Arizona: Police Lieutenant Gets Special Treatment During DUI Jail Sentence by Mesa, Arizona police lieutenant Rick Van Galder apparently thought he deserved special treatment after his DUI arrest &ndash; and he got it. Van Galder was stopped by rookie officer Gonzalo Dominguez on February 12, 2016 after a concerned citizen ...
Office of Inspector General Chides DOJ and Navajo Nation for Wasteful Prison Project by Derek Gilna The Department of Justice (DOJ) plan seemed straightforward: build two badly-needed correction facilities on the Navajo Nation to replace two obsolescent and overcrowded facilities. Over $70.5 million was allotted for this project, elaborate plans ...
Phoenix Fire Investigators and Insurance Company Implicated in Wrongful Prosecutions by Joe Watson Following a decision by Arizona prosecutors not to criminally charge a pair of Phoenix Fire Department (PFD) investigators who allegedly lied under oath and trained a dog to implicate innocent people, victims have pursued justice through civil ...
Arizona Governor's Record on Clemency is Brutal, Unlikely to Change by In Arizona, where most residents throughout the state seldom experience thunderstorms, data shows that it's more likely criminal offenders will be struck by lightning than granted clemency by the governor. And the rarity of commutation is likely to be ...
Ninth Circuit Finds Arizona's Sex Offender Registration Law Not Ex Post Facto Violation by Matthew Clarke On September 2, 2016, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals found that Arizona's sex offender registration law may be constitutionally applied to persons who committed their offense prior to ...
Maricopa County Jail's Prisoner Health Care Still Unconstitutional by Matthew Clarke With assistance from American Civil Liberties Union's National Prison Project (NPP) attorneys, plaintiffs were able to fend off an attempt to terminate a 37-year-old class-action civil-rights lawsuit challenging the provision of medical and mental health services to pretrial detainees ...
Article • October 25, 2016
Federal Court Rejects Prison Doctor's "Expert" Testimony by Lonnie Burton A U.S. District Court judge in Arizona has rejected nearly all of the proffered testimony of a doctor that prison officials had claimed was an "expert" on the issues of "the unique challenges of providing health care" in a correctional ...
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