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Civil Rights: Inmate Action – Medical Care – Deliberate Indifference

Where a prisoner claimed he received constitutionally inadequate medical care after he was injured during arrest, summary judgment for the defendants is affirmed because the prisoner failed to show that the nursing staff supervisor was deliberately indifferent to his medical needs or that the supervisor established policies or customs that were deliberately indifferent. Judgment is affirmed. Jenkins ...
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