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Finley v. Huss

Mentally ill inmate at Marquette, Mich. prison repeatedly swallows razor blades. He’s placed in solitary confinement rather than the mental health unit. Were officials deliberately indifferent to his medical needs? Yes, if the inmate’s allegations are true, says the Sixth Circuit.


Tags: 2018, Deliberate Indifference, Eighth Amendment, Sixth Circuit

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