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New York lawyer gets $1.50 in prison lawsuit

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Snowman92D, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. Snowman92D

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  2. razdog76

    razdog76 Heavy Mettle

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    When I worked in the jail, sometimes I felt like my rights were violated having to search some stinking dirty butt mopes, let alone having to fight them to use soap.:shower:
     


  3. S.O.Interceptor

    S.O.Interceptor Khem-Adam

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    Yup. Lets hope it works.

    What amazes me is that this case was because someone "touched" his hair. In Texas he would've been suing, and losing, because we CUT HIS HAIR OFF and he was now bald.
     
  4. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    state pens around here cut the hair of prisoners. everybody gets a short hair-do.
     
  5. That fact that he won establishes that his case was successful and will not bode well for corrections in the future.

    The animals are running the farm folks.
     
  6. MarcDW

    MarcDW MDW Guns Millennium Member

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    My thought even if he would have gotten one penny.
     
  7. pac201

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    This^^^ Sets a precedent...
     
  8. michael e

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    The guy is servering life, he has no rights, he gave those up when he was a useless POS .
     
  9. Chico Bill

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    That, and often any reward also requires the defendant to pay attorney's fees. It seems to be a common tactic...If you think my client deserves anything...Even a dollar, then give him what he deserves! (Because I want my money...)
     
  10. blueiron

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    A win is a win and in this case, that is unfortunate.
     
  11. Most folks here know that many states already are enforcing grooming standards, as some have mentioned. In this particular case, I suspect that this turd's shallow victory may, in fact, hasten more states to get on board and enforce uniform grooming standards. My state has been talking about this for several years. I would love to see it become reality.

    The whole thing about their stinking 'freedom of religion' is another huge cluster****.

    Corrections continues to become more and more nauseating as time goes on. I hope I can hold my nose until retirement.
     
  12. Hack

    Hack Crazy CO Gold Member

    Well, ours has been allowing any length, and any style; as long as it is clean. Yeah, that's right. I don't see it changing anytime soon. Retirement in five to seven.
     
  13. blueiron

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    Hack, FCI Phoenix is still looking for someone of your abilities. Let me know if you want to transfer.
     
  14. w01

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