Prisons & Jails – Medical Co-Payments – Disciplinary Infractions Fee – Unpublished OpinionsSartori v. North Carolina Department of Correction Plaintiff’s claims - that charges by defendant to inmates for disciplinary infractions and medical treatment co-payments fail to comply with G.S. § 12-3.1 - have been ruled upon in prior unpublished decisions (Griffith v. N.C. Department of Correction, 710 S.E.2d 707 (2011) (medical co-payments) and Griffith v. N.C. Department of Correction, 709 S.E.2d 412 (2011) (disciplinary infractions fee)). We adopt the reasoning of these prior decisions.
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Published: September 8, 2011
Time posted: 2:50 pm
Tags: Disciplinary Infractions Fee, Medical Co-Payments, Prisons & Jails, Unpublished Opinions