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Civil Rights – Delaying detainee’s medication isn’t deliberate indifference (access required)

Where a detainee alleged that prison officials acted with deliberate indifference by delaying his receipt of medications, but none of his communications suggested that urgent intervention was required to avoid a risk of harm and there was no evidence the officials knew their efforts were inappropriate, the defendants were granted summary judgment. Background Eric Wayne Moss filed ...

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