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Inmate Denied Basic Rights, Dies of Dehydration Behind Bars

May 24, 2017

 

Imagine going to jail or prison and being denied your basic human right to have water. Unbelievable, right? That is exactly what 38-year-old Terrill Thomas experienced at the Milwaukee County Jail after being denied water for seven consecutive days and then dying from dehydration. Each day that went by, Thomas begged the guards for water because the water in his cell was shut off. The confusion stemmed from logging the decision to turn off the inmate’s water. A lot of confusion was tossed around within the jail’s system, and as a result, a life was lost. Regardless of what circumstances you are in, every human being is entitled to their basic rights as individuals.

HOW THE MAXWELL LAW FIRM CAN HELP
Filing a civil complaint against officials that oversee big jails and prisons can be a meticulous process. Much of the suit requires significant trial experience. We believe in our clients and we fight for justice. The Maxwell Law Firm has seasoned staff – from our attorneys to our investigators – and financial resources to aggressively defend criminal cases.
In a criminal case, it is especially important that a client finds an attorney they feel comfortable with, have confidence in and can fully trust. There will come a time when you must decide whether to resolve your case through a plea or take it to trial. At that point, confidence and trust in your attorney is essential. The Maxwell Law Firm has helped numerous clients take back their lives and embark on the healing process that leads to recovery.

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Sources:
http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/30/us/terrill-thomas-milwaukee-county-jail-death/index.html