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Amarillo Civil Rights Attorney Offers Free Consultations: MALNOURISHED PRISONER’S DEATH REVEALS HORRIFIC CONDITIONS IN A TEXAS PRISON

Posted on July 19, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

ALTON RODGERS WAS 31 years old and suffering from bilateral bronchopneumonia, bed sores, and severe malnutrition when he died of head trauma on January 19, 2016, in the custody of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Guards had found Rodgers unresponsive in his cell at the William P. Clements Unit in Amarillo, one of the most violent prisons in Texas, … Continue reading Amarillo Civil Rights Attorney Offers Free Consultations: MALNOURISHED PRISONER’S DEATH REVEALS HORRIFIC CONDITIONS IN A TEXAS PRISON

Amarillo’s Top Personal Injury Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Corrections Officer Christopher Facey Beats Inmate

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

KFDA – NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports It was November when four inmates were transported to the Metropolitan Detention Center. Video shows them walking in to sit in a holding room. The video goes on to show a transport officer, 26-year-old Christopher Facey, lunge at one of the male inmates. Facey throws punch … Continue reading Amarillo’s Top Personal Injury Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Corrections Officer Christopher Facey Beats Inmate

Amarillo’s Top Wrongful Death Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Childress Detention Center Inmate, Brian Suggs, Found Hanged in His Cell

Posted on January 3, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo provided by My High Plains Amarillo. A Euless man was found dead in his cell Wednesday in Childress County Jail. Inmate Brian Suggs, 45, was found hanging in his jail cell, according to Childress County Sheriff Mike Pigg. Pigg said that during a 10:30 a.m. routine walk-through by jail guards, Suggs was seen alive … Continue reading Amarillo’s Top Wrongful Death Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Childress Detention Center Inmate, Brian Suggs, Found Hanged in His Cell

WRONGFUL DEATH: CLEMENTS INMATE ALTON RODGERS’ FAMILY SEEKS $120M IN SUIT AGAINST TDCJ

Posted on October 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

The family of Alton Rodgers has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on his behalf, seeking $120 million in damages. Amarillo lawyer Jesse Quackenbush filed the suit Tuesday on behalf of Rodgers’ mother, Gwendolyn Delores Patrick, and individually and on behalf of the Alton Rodgers estate. “The primary purpose … Continue reading WRONGFUL DEATH: CLEMENTS INMATE ALTON RODGERS’ FAMILY SEEKS $120M IN SUIT AGAINST TDCJ

Amarillo Recent Lawsuits: Death of Clements inmate Alton Rodgers leads to lawsuit against TDCJ

Posted on October 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

A civil lawsuit now coming down the pipes. The mother of William P. Clements Unit Inmate Alton Rogers seeks answers. Gwendolyn Patrick said she intervened just months before her son’s death, trying to get him medical attention she believes could have saved his life. “It makes feel awful because it’s such a slow death,” Patrick … Continue reading Amarillo Recent Lawsuits: Death of Clements inmate Alton Rodgers leads to lawsuit against TDCJ

Amarillo Wrongful Death: $120M lawsuit filed against Clements Unit, employees for death of Alton Rodgers

Posted on October 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

KFDA – NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) – The family of a Alton Rodgers, a Clements Unit inmate who died while in state custody, has filed a law suit against correctional officers, nurses and the former warden of the prison. The lawsuit, filed on Monday, alleges that the Texas Department of … Continue reading Amarillo Wrongful Death: $120M lawsuit filed against Clements Unit, employees for death of Alton Rodgers

PRISONER ABUSE: FAMILY OF CLEMENTS INMATE WHO DIED IN CUSTODY TO SUE TDCJ

Posted on October 10, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

  The filing of a civil lawsuit against Texas Department of Criminal Justice and 33 past and present employees at the William P. Clements Unit on the behalf of the estate of former prisoner Alton Rodgers and his mother, Gwendolyn Dolores Rodgers Patrick, is planned for Monday. Amarillo attorney Jesse Quackenbush said the complaint he … Continue reading PRISONER ABUSE: FAMILY OF CLEMENTS INMATE WHO DIED IN CUSTODY TO SUE TDCJ

Prisoner Abuse: Mother Of Mentally Ill California Inmate Wants To Know Why He Was Allowed To Starve To Death

Posted on September 26, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

At 6-foot-1 and 172 pounds, Michael Stanley Galliher appeared healthy – until he dropped dead days after being transferred to a California prison from a state mental hospital. A coroner found the 49-year-old Galliher essentially starved to death, setting off a flurry of accusations and finger-pointing. Galliher’s family and inmate advocates want an investigation. Prison … Continue reading Prisoner Abuse: Mother Of Mentally Ill California Inmate Wants To Know Why He Was Allowed To Starve To Death

Prisoner Abuse: Lawsuit filed by Roxanne Adams Alleges Jail Let Mentally Disabled Man, Jamycheal Mitchell, Starve to Death

Posted on September 26, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Above: Jamycheal Mitchell. Photo Courtesy CNN. Arrested for stealing $5.05 of sweets and soda, a 24-year-old who doctors repeatedly diagnosed as psychotic and delusional was left to essentially starve to death over four months in a squalid Virginia jail cell, Jamycheal Mitchell’s aunt alleged in a federal lawsuit. By the time Mitchell died in August … Continue reading Prisoner Abuse: Lawsuit filed by Roxanne Adams Alleges Jail Let Mentally Disabled Man, Jamycheal Mitchell, Starve to Death

National Legal News: States Hid Cop Killings From Feds and Violated the Law

Posted on September 20, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

For the past 13 years at an unknown cost to taxpayers a federal program has failed to accurately track the number of Americans who die each year at the hands of law enforcement. The Arrest Related Death program, by the Justice Department’s own admission, has failed to account for as much as half of law … Continue reading National Legal News: States Hid Cop Killings From Feds and Violated the Law