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Amarillo Murder Defense Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Matthew James Baker, of Borger, Indicted for Murder and two Counts of Endangering a Child, Blake Mathew Thorvaldsen

Posted on June 1, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

KFDA – NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports On Wednesday, a Hutchinson County Grand Jury indicted Matthew James Baker, 34, of Borger, for the offense of Murder. The charge is in connection with the March 3, 2017 death of Blake Mathew Thorvaldsen. Baker was also indicted for two counts of Endangering a Child, allegedly … Continue reading Amarillo Murder Defense Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Matthew James Baker, of Borger, Indicted for Murder and two Counts of Endangering a Child, Blake Mathew Thorvaldsen

Amarillo Local News: After Prison Deaths, Wardens at Clements State Prison Retire

Posted on August 24, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo provided by Amarillo Globe-News. CLEMENTS – A change in leadership is underway at William P. Clements state prison following the death of inmate Alton Rodgers earlier this year and federal lawsuits alleging neglect in the deaths of two inmates in 2013. Senior Warden Kevin Foley, former warden of Rogelio Sanchez State Jail in El … Continue reading Amarillo Local News: After Prison Deaths, Wardens at Clements State Prison Retire

After Prison Deaths, Wardens at Clements State Prison Retire

Posted on April 27, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

A change in leadership is underway at William P. Clements state prison following the death of inmate Alton Rodgers earlier this year and federal lawsuits alleging neglect in the deaths of two inmates in 2013. Senior Warden Kevin Foley, former warden of Rogelio Sanchez State Jail in El Paso, has taken over for outgoing Senior … Continue reading After Prison Deaths, Wardens at Clements State Prison Retire

Amarillo Legal News: TDCJ Inmates No Longer Allowed to Partake in Social Media Activity

Posted on April 17, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

KFDA – NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) – Inmates in Texas corrections facilities will no longer be allowed to maintain social media accounts. A new rule was added to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s offender handbook on Monday. And what it means for some inmates and their families…no communication … Continue reading Amarillo Legal News: TDCJ Inmates No Longer Allowed to Partake in Social Media Activity

Amarillo Local News: Preliminary Autopsy of Clements Unit Inmate Aaron Rodgers Cites Head Injury in Prison Homicide

Posted on April 10, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

The preliminary autopsy of an inmate at the William P. Clements Unit has ruled the death a homicide from blunt impact trauma to the head. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is investigating the case after finding Alton Rodgers, 31, unresponsive in his bunk at the maximum security prison northeast of Amarillo. The preliminary autopsy … Continue reading Amarillo Local News: Preliminary Autopsy of Clements Unit Inmate Aaron Rodgers Cites Head Injury in Prison Homicide

Amarillo Legal News: TDCJ Investigating Clements unit inmate, Alton Rodgers’ death as homicide

Posted on April 7, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) – On January 18th at 7:20 am, security personnel at the Clements Unit were conducting rounds when they observed 31-year-old Alton Rodgers unresponsive on his bunk. His cellmate, offender Joe Greggs, was restrained and removed from the cell. Staff immediately took Rodgers to the unit infirmary where he was stabilized. He was … Continue reading Amarillo Legal News: TDCJ Investigating Clements unit inmate, Alton Rodgers’ death as homicide

Police Misconduct: 18 Texas Correctional Officers Disciplined in Death of Inmate Alton Rodgers

Posted on April 7, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Texas prison officials have recommended the firing of a supervisor at the Clements Unit and disciplinary actions against 17 others for failing to conduct required checks on a cell where an inmate was severely beaten. The inmate later died. “Our preliminary review has identified areas where policies, unrelated to the homicide, were not being properly … Continue reading Police Misconduct: 18 Texas Correctional Officers Disciplined in Death of Inmate Alton Rodgers