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Tag Archives: Civil Rights

Treatment showed no deliberate indifference (access required)

Where a prison doctor provided treatment and made decisions, based on his professional judgment, about what treatment a detainee who complained about hip and knee pain required, the doctor did not act with deliberate indifference towards the detainee. Background Nathaniel ...

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Teacher allegedly touched student inappropriately (access required)

Where a student alleged that a teacher created a hostile environment by inappropriately touching her on several occasions and subjecting her to verbal harassment, and that multiple school officials received actual knowledge of the teacher’s alleged harassment, but either failed ...

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Circuit court judge didn’t discriminate against plaintiff (access required)

Where a plaintiff alleged that a circuit court judge allegedly called him “arrogant” that he “would not negotiate with the city” and that he had “gotten all the [d]ue process [he] would receive from” the court, these allegations did not ...

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