Home (page 20)

Tag Archives: Civil Rights

Inmate Sought Modified Cuffing Procedure (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court denies summary judgment to defendant nurse practitioner at a correctional facility, for her alleged response to plaintiff inmate’s complaints about injuries she suffered from consistently being handcuffed with her arms behind her back. The court ...

Read More »

Law Department Email Is Protest ‘Policy’ (access required)

A policy articulated by the Baltimore city legal department in response to police inquiry about managing traffic during PETA protests at annual circus performances is facially valid under the First Amendment as a reasonable time, place and manner restriction, and ...

Read More »

Mental Health Evaluator Findings Were Reasonable (access required)

A county mental health evaluator who responded to a request from law enforcement to evaluate plaintiff, a former Marine, for online threats of violence, and who petitioned for an order for plaintiff’s temporary detention, wins summary judgment in Richmond U.S. ...

Read More »