Dunn et al v. Thomas et al

Plaintiff: Joshua Dunn, Alex Ball, Edward Braggs, Tedrick Brooks, Gary Lee Broyles, Richard Businelle, Bobby Copeland, Howard Carter, Chandler Clements, Robert Dillard, Christopher Gilbert, Dwight Hagood, Daletrick Hardy, Sylvester Hartley, Christopher Jackson, Brandon Johnson, John Maner, Rick Martin, Willie McClendon, Roger McCoy, Jermaine Mitchell, Kenneth Moncrief, Tommie Moore, Matthew Mork, Zerrick Naylor, Bradley Pearson, Leviticus Pruitt, Turner Rogers, Jonathan Sanford, Timothy Sears, Brian Sellers, Augustus Smith, Richard Terrell, Hubert Tollar, Daniel Tooley, Joseph Torres, Donald Ray Turner, William Villar, Jamie Wallace, Robert Myniasha Williams, Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program and All Plaintiffs
Defendant: Kim Thomas, Ruth Naglich and Alabama Department of Corrections
Case Number: 2:2014cv00601
Filed: June 17, 2014
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Montgomery Office
County: St. Clair
Referring Judge: Terry F. Moorer
Presiding Judge: William Keith Watkins
Nature of Suit: Americans with Disabilities - Other
Cause of Action: 42:12102
Jury Demanded By: None

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July 13, 2017 1299 Opinion or Order of the Court DAUBERT OPINION AS TO PHASE 2A EIGHTH AMENDMENT CLAIM. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 7/13/2017. (kh, )
June 27, 2017 1285 Opinion or Order of the Court LIABILITY OPINION AND ORDER AS TO PHASE 2A EIGHTH AMENDMENT CLAIM: Accordingly, it is ORDERED that the court and the parties will meet to discuss a remedy. The court emphasizes that given the severity and urgency of the need for mental- health car e explained in this opinion, the proposed relief must be both immediate and long term. No partial final judgment shall issue at this time as to the claim resolved in this entry. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 6/27/2017. (kh, )
February 17, 2017 1196 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 OPINION AND ORDER ON MOTIONS TO STRIKE: It is ORDERED that: (1) Defendants' first motion to strike (doc. no. 751 ) is denied. (2) The court reaffirms its order (doc. no. 909 ) denying defendants' second motion to strike (doc. no. 809 ) and granting leave to depose the challenged declarants, with the following clarification: defendants will not recover any fees or expenses from plaintiffs pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26, and plaintiffs will not be allowed to re cover attorneys fees and expenses (that they would otherwise be entitled to under the fee-shifting statutes should they prevail) in connection with the litigation of defendants second motion to strike (doc. no. 809 ) and with the taking of the chall enged declarants' depositions. (3) The court reaffirms its orders (doc. nos. 845 & 909 ) denying plaintiffs motion to strike (doc. no. 838 ), but with prejudice, and with the following clarification: plaintiffs are granted leave to depose Darryl Ellis, the Director of Nursing at Staton Correctional Facility, at a time to be determined in the future. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 2/17/2017. (kh, )
January 31, 2017 1149 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2A HEARSAY OPINION AND ORDER: ORDERED as follows: defendants' hearsay objections to MHM Correctional Services, Inc.'s meeting minutes, employee emails, incident reports, and audit documents are overruled. To the extent that these docu ments contain hearsay within hearsay, the court finds that statements made by employees of MHM Correctional Services, Inc., Corizon, and the Alabama Department of Corrections are admissible under the business-records exception, because they were acti ng in the regular course of business when reporting to the recorders of that information. The court further finds statements made by prisoners reported in these documents are, based on the request of plaintiffs, admitted at this time for only the pur pose of establishing notice--that is, that the prisoners made these statements and that those who participated in the meetings, email communications, incident reports, and audit documents (and those privy to the resulting documents) were aware of them. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 1/31/2017. (kh, )
January 19, 2017 1124 Opinion or Order of the Court TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER REGARDING SETTLEMENT OF PHASE 2A MENTAL HEALTH ADA CLAIMS: ORDER, JUDGMENT and DECREE of the Court that the parties' 1123 Joint MOTION for Temporary Restraining Order is granted, as further set out in order; furt her ORDERING, by the agreement of the parties as expressed in open court on 1/19/2017, that this temporary restraining order will remain in effect until the court finally approves or rejects the parties' Settlement Agreement concerning mental health claims arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 1/19/17. (djy, )
November 28, 2016 1016 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2B SUMMARY JUDGMENT RESOLUTION ORDER directing that the 768 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by defendants Jefferson Dunn, and Ruth Naglich is reserved for further consideration with respect to the Phase 2B medical and dental care claims, as further set out in order; directing the clerk not to terminate this motion. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 11/28/16. (djy, )
November 22, 2016 1003 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 ORDER ON MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT: The court being informed that the parties have reached a tentative settlement of the remaining Phase 2 Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act claims, and pursuant to the court' ;s Phase 2 Order on Remaining ADA Claims (doc. no. 981 ), it is ORDERED that defendant Alabama Department of Corrections motion for partial summary judgment (doc. no. 783) is denied with leave to renew. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 11/22/2016. (kh, )
November 16, 2016 971 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: Based on the testimony and argument presented on the record on November 15, 2016, it is ORDERED that the attorney-client privilege is sustained as to communications between plaintiffs' counsel and inmate, and is overruled as to communications between plaintiffs' counsel and inmate. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 11/16/2016. (kh, ) Modified on 11/16/2016 to clarify text (qc/djy, ).
October 20, 2016 883 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 ORDER ON MOTIONS TO STRIKE: It is ORDERED that defendants' motions to strike (doc. nos. 806 & 875 ) briefs filed by plaintiffs are denied under the conditions set forth. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 10/20/2016. (kh, )
September 30, 2016 813 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDERED as follows: (1) Plaintiff Jermaine Mitchell's Eighth Amendment claims are dismissed with prejudice. (2) To the extent that plaintiff Mitchell raises claims pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act which have not yet been resolved through settlement, these claims remain pending. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/30/2016. (kh, )
September 28, 2016 804 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 1 ORDER APPROVING NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT: Upon consideration of the parties' corrected proposed notice to class members of the settlement of Phase 1 of this case (doc. no. 798 -1), and the parties' plan for posting it and accompanying documents pertaining to the consent decree (doc. no. 798 ), it is ORDERED that this notice and plan are approved. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/28/2016. (kh, )
September 27, 2016 800 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 OPINION AND ORDER ON DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO STRIKE PLAINTIFFS' EXPERT REPORTS AND PLAINTIFFS' MOTION FOR LEAVE TO AMEND COMPLAINT: It is therefore ORDERED as follows: (1) Defendants' 599 Motion to Strike Plaintiffs' Experts' Reports is denied as further set out in the order. (2) Plaintiffs' 666 Motion for Leave to Amend Their Complaint is granted as further set out in the order. The Clerk of the Court is DIRECTED to docket plaintiffs' Fifth Amended Complaint. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/27/2016. (dmn, )
September 9, 2016 727 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 1 FINAL SETTLEMENT APPROVAL OPINION AND ORDER: ORDERED as follows: (1) An injunctive-relief settlement class, defined as "any current or future inmate in the physical custody of the Alabama Department of Correction who has a disability as defined in 42 U.S.C. § 12012 and 29 U.S.C. § 705(9)(B), excluding those inmates whose disabilities relate solely to or arise solely from mental disease, illness, or defect," is certified under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(a) and (b)(2). (2) The Southern Poverty Law Center, the Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program, and the law firm of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz are appointed as class counsel to represent the settlement class under Federal Rule of Civil Pr ocedure 23(g). (3) The parties' settlement agreement (doc. no. 518 ), as amended, is approved. (4) The objections to the settlement agreement (doc. nos. 578 , 582 , 593 , 596 , 606 , 612 , 623 , 641 , 652 , 659 , and 663 ) are overru led. (5) The parties' stipulations (doc. nos. 560 , 563 , 575 , 576 , 638 , 696 , 709 , and 719 ) are adopted. (6) The settlement agreement, as amended, is entered as a separate consent decree. Defendants are to commence compliance with its terms as interpreted by the above-entered stipulations. (7) United States Magistrate Judge John Ott is appointed arbitrator pursuant to Section VII of the consent decree. (8) Plaintiffs' motion for attorneys' fees (doc. no. 703 ) is gr anted. (9) The parties are to meet and confer and submit to the court by no later than September 23, 2016, a plan for providing notice to class members of the entry of this consent decree and for ensuring that they have access during the pendency of the consent decree to both it and this opinion. In particular, this notice must describe in lay terms the accommodation request and grievance processes set out in the decree, and must note the availability of arbitration. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/9/2016. (kh, )
August 18, 2016 660 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 1 ORDER REQUIRING ADDITIONAL STIPULATION directing that the parties are to submit to the court, by no later than 8/26/2016, a joint stipulation stating that they affirmatively agree that 18 USC 3626(f) is not applicable to the arbitrator to be appointed per the terms of their settlement agreement, that this arbitrator will not be a special master, and that they expressly waive the right to challenge his decisions or the consent decree on the basis of 3626(f), as further set out in order. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 8/18/16. (djy, )
August 5, 2016 610 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 OPINION AND ORDER ON MOTION TO AMEND COMPLAINT: it is ORDERED as follows: (1) The motion for leave to amend plaintiffs' complaint (doc. no. 549 ) filed by plaintiff Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) is granted. (2) If defenda nts conclude that additional discovery--limited to the question whether ADAP is entitled to assert associational standing--is necessary, they are to file a request that discovery be reopened, specifying what discovery they seek, within five days of the date this order is issued. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 8/5/2016. (kh, )
August 2, 2016 602 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 DISCOVERY OPINION AND ORDER: it is ORDERED as follows: (1) Plaintiffs motion to compel (doc. no. 570 ) is granted as further set out below. (2) By no later than August 3, 2016, defendants or non-party Corizon Health, Inc., are to produce all practitioner peer-review documents in their possession or control related to physicians, dentists, and mid-level providers, whether or not contained within a credentialing file, subject to the exceptions outlined in the parties' joint report (d oc. no. 336 at 3), contingent on payment by plaintiffs' counsel of the attorneys' fees and costs of litigating the portion of this motion pertaining to the inclusion of dentists. Defendants are allowed until August 17, 2016, to file a req uest for reimbursement pursuant to this paragraph. (3) By no later than August 3, 2016, the parties and non-party Corizon are to confer and arrange a date and time prior to August 12, 2016, on which defendants or Corizon are to make available for rev iew by plaintiffs' counsel and their experts the mortality reviews for the three formerly named plaintiffs who are now deceased, contingent on payment by plaintiffs' counsel of the attorneys' fees and costs of litigating the portion of this motion pertaining to mortality reviews. Defendants are allowed until August 17, 2016, to file a request for reimbursement pursuant to this paragraph. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 8/2/2016. (kh, )
July 21, 2016 573 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE 2 DISCOVERY ORDER directing as follows: (1) With respect to plfs' request for supplementation of credentialing documentation and peer reviews, defs are to respond by no later than 7/22/16, and plfs may reply by no later than 7/27/16; Def s are to file under seal and, for purposes of in camera review, the peer-review files at issue by no later than 7/27/2016, as further set out in order; (2) with respect to plfs' request to receive or review the mortality reviews of the three de ceased named plfs, defs are to respond by no later than 7/22/16, and plfs may reply by no later than 7/27/16; Defs are to collect these files at the offices of defense counsel by no later than 7/27/16, but need not submit them to the court at this ti me; further ORDERING that the following agreement, reached and memorialized in writing by the parties at the status conference held on the record on 7/20/16, is entered on the record in this case as a binding stipulation, as further set out in order. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 7/21/16. (djy, )
July 7, 2016 550 Opinion or Order of the Court PHASE I OPINION AND ORDER ON NEED FOR APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN AD LITEM: it is ORDERED as follows: (1) The court will not appoint a guardian ad litem at this time in this litigation. (2) By no later than August 17, 2016, plaintiff Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program is to file a brief setting forth in detail its position as to why the settlement agreement promotes the interests, and fairly resolves the claims, of prisoners with cognitive and communication- elated disabilities so severe that they would likely be unable to understand the terms of the agreement or submit intelligible comments on them. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 7/7/2016. (kh, )
April 18, 2016 411 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: In light of the fact that the deadline for filing a Phase 1 class-certification motion, as currently set, will leave the court with only 20 business days between the filing of the plaintiffs' reply and the commencement of trial, the defen dants' reasonable request that they be apprised of this court's decision regarding certification no later than five business days prior to trial, see Defendants' 409 Response, and the possibility that the court will require oral argu ment in order to reach a decision regarding certification, it is ORDERED that the plaintiffs' 406 Motion for further extension of the deadline for filing Phase 1 class-certification motion is denied. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 4/18/2016. (dmn, )
March 8, 2016 366 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT: Pursuant to the 357 Joint stipulation of dismissal, it is the ORDER, JUDGMENT, and DECREE of the court that the Fifth Cause of Action: Retaliation in Violation of Prisoners First Rights to Communicate with Counsel and to File Lawsuits Reg arding Conditions of Confinement, see Third Amended Complaint (doc. no. 210 ), is dismissed with prejudice, with costs taxed as paid. No parties are terminated, and all other claims against the defendants remain. The clerk of the court is DIRECTED to enter this document on the civil docket as a final judgment pursuant to FRCP 58. This case is not closed. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 3/8/2016. (dmn, )
February 23, 2016 353 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER REGARDING RETALIATION CLAIM directing the the parties' oral request to continue the depositions currently scheduled for 2/26/2016 is granted; the continuance is based on the following agreed-upon representations made by the parties on 2/23 /2016; (1) The depositions currently scheduled for 2/26/16, relate to only the plaintiffs' retaliation claim; (2) the depositions currently scheduled for 2/26/16, relate to only the plaintiffs' retaliation claim; (3) the retaliation claim i s a non-class claim, and thus any settlement of it need not be approved by the Court; (4) the retaliation claim is currently scheduled to be tried in the second phase of this litigation; (5) If the parties are ultimately unable to resolve the retali ation claim, the February 26 depositions will be rescheduled for the latter part of March 2016; further ORDERING that, by no later than 3/4/2016, the parties are to inform the court whether the retaliation claim has settled. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 2/23/16. (djy, )
February 12, 2016 340 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER directing that the following motions are denied in part and granted in part and that the discovery issues reflected in the following document is resolved: (1) defs' 308 Motion to Compel or in the alternative deem admitted; (2) former pa rty Kim Thomas's 326 Motion to Quash subpoena; (3) non-party Corizon Health, Inc.'s 327 Motion to Quash subpoena; (4) 320 joint statement of issues for discovery mediation; the only issue identified in this statement that remains unresolved is the plfs concern regarding the pace of production; as indicated in a separate, simultaneously filed order, the resolution of this issue will be overseen by the magistrate judge. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 2/12/16. (djy, )
January 28, 2016 322 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER as follows: (1) The deadline for fact discovery of 3/7/2016, as set out in the courts new scheduling order (doc. no. 239 ), is extended only to the extent articulated on the record on 1/27/2016; specifically, plaintiffs experts may conduct the site inspections enumerated on the dates indicated by plaintiffs counsel and agreed to by defense counsel. This order shall not be construed to grant any extension other than those explicitly articulated on the record on 1/27/2016. (2) The plaintiffs emergency motion to compel compliance with the discovery schedule (doc. no. 317 ) is denied as moot. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 1/28/2016. (dmn, )
October 6, 2015 258 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER: It is ORDERED as follows: (1) The defendants' 127 Partial Motion to Dismiss is denied as to standing. (2) As to mootness, the motion is reserved and set for a Motion Hearing on 12/16/2015 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2FMJ in Montgomery, AL before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. (3) The plaintiffs are to submit a pre-hearing brief outlining the evidence they intend to present and explaining why that evidence supports their positions on mootness no later than 21 days be fore the hearing; the defendants are to respond no later than 14 days before the hearing; and the plaintiffs may reply no later than seven days before the hearing. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 10/6/2015. Copies furnished to calendar group, AG. (dmn, )
July 27, 2015 223 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION AND ORDER: It is ORDERED that the discovery process in this case is restructured as follows: (1) First, any party seeking resolution of a discovery dispute must file a request for mediation with the magistrate judge. (2) Mediation will take p lace with the magistrate judge as mediator. (3) Because the resolution of discovery disputes has been so contentious in this case, any and all discovery disputes resolved by mediation must be reduced to writing. The court will not recognize any oral agreements. (4) The parties may file an appropriate objection or motion for resolution of those discovery disputes not resolved in mediation before the magistrate judge. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 7/27/2015. (dmn, )
May 19, 2015 171 Opinion or Order of the Court STATUS CONFERENCES ORDER: It is ORDERED that status conferences (in which the court will discuss discovery progress as well as any other matters of concern) are set for the following dates, Status Conference set for 6/24/2015 at 10:00 AM by telephone before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson, Status Conference set for 8/26/2015 at 10:00 AM by telephone before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson, Status Conference set for 10/28/2015 at 10:00 AM by telephone before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson , Status Conference set for 12/22/2015 at 10:00 AM by telephone before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. Three business days prior to each status conference, the parties are to file a joint report as further set out in the order. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 5/19/2015. Copies furnished to calendar group, AG. (dmn, )
April 21, 2015 143 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT: It is the ORDER, JUDGMENT, and DECREE of the court that plaintiffs' 141 Motion for William Villar to Withdraw as a named plaintiff is granted and that plaintiff Villar is dismissed and terminated as a party with prejudice. The court assumes that the non-movants have no objection to the allowance of the dismissal; however, if they do, they must file the objection within seven days from the date of this judgment. The clerk of the court is DIRECTED to enter this document on the civil docket as a final judgment pursuant to FRCP 58. This case is not closed. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 4/20/2015. (dmn, )
December 9, 2014 75 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER that the clerk of the court is to mail (or email) to counsel for all parties in this case the current filings in McBee v. Daniels, 2:14cv1204-MHT (M.D. Ala.). While the court believes that all counsel should be aware of some of the claims in th e pro se McBee lawsuit, the court is not suggesting that the McBee claims have merit, that they should be part of the Dunn litigation, or that counsel should be appointed to represent McBee. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 12/9/2014. Copies mailed and emailed to counsel as directed.(dmn, )
November 26, 2014 72 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: On 11/24/2014, this court held an on-the-record conference call with counsel for all parties present. It is ORDERED that the 61 Scheduling Order is amended as follows and as further set out in the order: Non-Jury Trial set for 3/14/2016 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2FMJ in Montgomery, AL before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. Final Pretrial Conference set for 2/1/2016 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2FMJ in Montgomery, AL before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. Proposed Pretrial Order due by 1/27/2016. The class certification motion is set for Oral Argument on 6/24/2015 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2FMJ in Montgomery, AL before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. The court will have a resolution of the class certification issue by 7/15/2015 . Discovery due by 11/2/2015. Motions due by 10/2/2015. By no later than 28 days before trial, the parties are to get with the Magistrate Judge and the U.S. Marshal to arrange for the presence of any state inmates. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 11/26/2014. Copies furnished to calendar group, AG, Transfer Agent, USM.(dmn, )
November 25, 2014 69 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER as follows: (1) The plaintiffs' 56 MOTION for Preliminary Injunction is set for an Evidentiary Hearing on 2/9/2015 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2FMJ in Montgomery, AL before Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson. The court hopes the evidentiary hearing will last no more than five days. (2) Before 12/19/2014, the parties are to file a joint statement of the agreed-upon facts and a joint statement setting forth the different versions of the not-agreed-upon facts for the preliminary-injunctio n hearing. (3) By 2/2/2015, all discovery for the preliminary-injunction hearing is to be completed. (5) By 2/5/2015, the parties are to meet and notify the court which exhibits are admissible by agreement and which are not. By said date, they are al so to submit to the courtroom deputy, for marking, copies of all exhibits. (6) The time-period for responding to discovery relating to the preliminary-injunction hearing is shortened to three-business days. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 11/25/2014. Copies furnished to calendar group, AG. (dmn, )

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Plaintiff: Roger McCoy
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Jermaine Mitchell
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Kenneth Moncrief
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Tommie Moore
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Matthew Mork
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Zerrick Naylor
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Bradley Pearson
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Leviticus Pruitt
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Turner Rogers
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Jonathan Sanford
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Timothy Sears
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Brian Sellers
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Augustus Smith
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Richard Terrell
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Hubert Tollar
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Daniel Tooley
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Joseph Torres
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Donald Ray Turner
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: William Villar
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Jamie Wallace
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Robert Myniasha Williams
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Plaintiff: All Plaintiffs
Represented By: James Patrick Hackney
Represented By: Miriam Fahsl Haskell
Represented By: Ebony Howard
Represented By: Maria V Morris
Represented By: William Van Der Pol, Jr.
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Defendant: Kim Thomas
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Defendant: Ruth Naglich
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Defendant: Alabama Department of Corrections
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