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Civil Rights – Jail Inmate – Beating – Overcrowding (access required)

Where the Richmond City Jail inmate sued the city and local corrections officials under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 alleging that jail overcrowding and lack of security led to his beating and severe injuries at the hands of other inmates, the magistrate judge erred in dismissing plaintiff inmate's suit. First, the magistrate judge erred in failing ...

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