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KANNE, Circuit Judge. Jay Dee Jackson, an indigent prisoner, brought this action under 42 U.S.C § 1983 against McLean County, Illinois and various officials of the McLean County Correction Center, alleging that they violated his civil rights while he was a pretrial detainee. Jackson claimed that during a three-month period, the McLean County jail officials restrained him with handcuffs and leg shackles around the clock every day of the week, freeing him only when he was allowed to shower or eat. These restraints were put in place due to an alleged escape attempt. Jackson also claimed that after the restraints were finally removed, he was kept confined to his cell and deprived of adequate bedding, hygiene articles, medical attention and recreational exercise for nearly nine more months. Jackson sought injunctive relief from further physical restraints, compensatory damages of $750,000.00 for injuries he incurred while previously confined, and punitive damages of $500,000.00.

GENERE
Professionali e tecnici
PUBBLICATO
1992
15 gennaio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
8
EDITORE
LawApp Publishers
DIMENSIONE
59.2
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