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Rivers Joins ACLU Suit on Behalf of Female Inmates

Grand Rapids, Mich. Dec. 4 - Beth Rivers, a partner with Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers, has joined the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan in filing suit against Muskegon County in federal court on behalf of eight female jail inmates who allege deplorable jail conditions. The suit argues that the inmates were submitted to unsafe physical conditions and male guards at the prison were permitted to watch female inmates changing clothes in the shower and using the toilet. The plaintiffs allege being targeted with slurs and being denied access to clean clothes and basic sanitary items. You can read the entire story in the Muskegon Chronicle here.

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