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Civil Rights: Inmate Action – Deliberate Indifference – Qualified Immunity

Norman v. Schuetzle, et al; Norman v. Wrolstad (MLW No. 59822/Case No. 08-1686/08-2219 – 33 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Hansen, J.) (1)Where an inmate brought a civil rights action against prison officials for their alleged failure to ...

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Civil Rights: Inmate Death – Deliberate Indifference – Qualified Immunity

Where prison officers were aware that an inmate had mental and physical illnesses and was vomiting and requesting medical attention throughout the night and the officers took no action, the record was sufficient to show deliberate indifference despite the defendants’ ...

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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 ...

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