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Horton v. Williams, WA, Amended Complaint, Juvenile Confinement, 1994 '• I 1 2 THE HONORABLE ROBERT J. BRYAN 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT QF WASHINGTON AT TACOMA 9 10 11 12 13 14 JAMES HORTON, JAMES BARNHART, JEROME PAYTON, J.B., through his next ...
Brief • May 26, 2017
Horton v. Williams, WA, Memo Support Mot Prel Inj, Juvenile Pepper Spray, 1994 ·: ',:,·" l - ·, ., .•,; THE HONORABLE ROBERT J. BRYAN 1 2 ·-~.•-Hurn ·---- LODGY'.ti 3 * 4 ~"'"'=-~-·~N'ftllEO ---RECEIVED OCT 2 '71994 * ScAf ILi:: CLERK U.S. DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTf11CT OF WASHINGTON BY---·-·--·----~·- ...
Brief • May 26, 2017
Horton v. Williams, WA, Reply to Memo Opp Mot Prel Inj, Juvenile Pepper Spray, 1994 .. THE HONORABLE ROBERT J. BRYAN 2 3 · -mrn ""'""""""'"" WMW ,_,,,,,,_ r:Nrrnrn _,,W•m~... 1m:t1vrn 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON AT TACOMA 9 10 12 JAMES ...
Brief • May 26, 2017
Horton v. Williams, WA, Order on Mot Prel Inj, Juvenile Pepper Spray, 1994 ENTERED ON DOCKET DEC 1 By Deputy 2 qI? 1994 L flt_ Ll 3 DEC - 6 1994 4 5 ' i ' t, "I_,: ,,.___.1 CLERK U.S. DISTRICT COUflT flY WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON AT TACOMA ...
Brief • May 26, 2017
M.P. v. Texas Youth Commission, TX, Memo on Enforcement, Juvenile Pepper Spray, 2007 TEXAS YOUTH COMMISSION ED OWENS DIMITRIA D. POPE Acting Executive Director Conservator November 27, 2007 To: All TYC Staff From: Dimitria D. Pope Acting Executive Director Steve Foster General Counsel Re: TYC Rule 97.23 (Use of Force) ...
Article • May 5, 2017 • from PLN May, 2017
Filed under: Pepper Spray/Tear Gas
Congress Passes Legislation Allowing BOP Guards to Carry Pepper Spray by Derek Gilna by Derek Gilna The “Eric Williams Correctional Officers Protection Act” (S.238), named after a federal prison guard murdered by a prisoner at USP Canaan in Pennsylvania, passed both houses of Congress by unanimous votes. The bill provides ...
Article • April 11, 2017
Mentally Ill, Disabled CDCR Prisoner Dies Following Use of Force Incident by Christopher Zoukis by Christopher Zoukis On September 7, 2013, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) prisoner Joseph Duran, 35, a mentally ill inmate who breathed through the use of a tube in his throat, died following a ...
Article • April 3, 2017 • from PLN April, 2017
New York: $67,000 Jury Award in Rikers Island Prisoner’s Suit by The Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a $67,000 jury verdict in a civil rights action brought by a former Rikers Island prisoner. It also remanded for further proceedings on a malicious prosecution claim that had been improperly dismissed. ...
Alaska Prisoner Deaths Criticized in Report by The deaths of four Alaska prisoners has placed a focus on that state’s prison system.  The handling of the deaths and a lack of training was criticized in a report that preceded the replacement of corrections commissioner. Gov. Bill Walker called the report’s ...
Article • October 14, 2016
Summary Judgment Denied on North Carolina Excessive Force Claims by Mark Wilson A North Carolina federal court held that material factual disputes precluded summary judgment on a prisoner's excessive force claims. Randolph Watterson and Stephen Somerset were cellmates in protective custody at North Carolina's Gaston County Jail. Watterson claims that ...
D.C. Agrees to Pay $40,000 to Settle Excessive Force & Inadequate Medical Care Claims by On September 23, 2002, the District of Columbia agreed to pay $40,000 to a man who was assaulted by guards at the D.C. Central Detention Facility. Mark Franklin, unaware of protocol used for moving prisoners ...
Former New Mexico Jail Lieutenant's Prisoner Mistreatment Convictions Upheld by On February 28, 2012, the Tenth Circuit court of appeals upheld the convictions of a former guard lieutenant for abusing prisoners and falsifying records at two different New Mexico jails. Based on speedy trial and exclusion-of-evidence grounds, John Gould, a ...
Los Angeles Sheriff's Office Settles Visitor Beating Case for $1 Million by Derek Gilna Los Angeles County Jail deputies have a reputation for brutal treatment of prisoners, and have paid out millions of dollars in settlements as a result. However, even a man visiting his brother Robert at Men's Central ...
Oklahoma County Settles Suit over Excessive Use of Restraint Chair for $200,000 by On May 20, 2014, Bryan County, Oklahoma agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a former Bryan County Jail prisoner over maltreatment, including placing him in a restraint chair multiple times for days at a time and ...
Two Illinois Jail Guards Indicted in 2011 'Take Down,' Death of Homeless Man by Joe Watson Two former Illinois jail guards who were employed by the Lake County Sheriff's Office north of Chicago were indicted October 29, 2014, on felony charges related to the death of a homeless man booked ...
Oklahoma Jail Detainee Handcuffed, Pepper-sprayed and Choked to Death by Caddo County District Attorney Jason Hicks cited his interpretation of the state’s open records law as justification for withholding reports and video footage documenting the death of Darius Robinson at the county lockup in the rural town of Anadarko, Oklahoma. ...
Baker v. CCA, VT, Complaint, Lee riot guard beating, 2005 W011 02,08/2005 15:50 FAX 615 366 7333 JOB MASTER STATE OF VE ' ONT ADDISON COUNTY, SS. GENE BAXER, Plaintiff, Superior Court Docket No. V. CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA, Defendant COMPLAINT NOW COMES Plaintiff Gene Baker, by and through his ...
Illinois Sheriff Demotes One, Fires 3, Suspends 10 after Death of Jail Detainee by Derek Gilna Lake County, Illinois Sheriff Mark C. Curran, Jr. demoted a jail supervisor and suspended ten guards over an incident in which a prisoner was paralyzed after an altercation with jailers and later died. Three ...
Farris v. Franklin County, WA, 2nd Amended Complaint, jail restraints pepper spray, 2014 Case 4:14-cv-05083-SAB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Document 66-2 Filed 07/10/15 THE HONORABLE STANLEY A. BASTIAN NICHOLAS B. STRALEY MELISSA R. LEE COLUMBIA LEGAL SERVICES ...
Three California Jail Guards Charged in “Fight Club” Case by Scott Neu, the San Francisco deputy identified as the ringleader of a gladiator-style jailhouse “fight club,” was charged with four felony counts of assault under color of authority, four felony counts of making threats, four misdemeanor counts of inhumanity to ...
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