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Civil Rights – Prison Conditions – Smell Of Smoke (access required)

Although plaintiff inmate alleges that when he awoke one night in the Petersburg City Jail and called for help because he smelled something burning, a deputy merely closed the only door providing ventilation and turned off the lights, the inmate's claim against the deputy does not provide a basis for suing the sheriff for a ...

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