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Lawsuit First to Challenge Use of Solitary Confinement in California’s County Jails

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BRIAN CHAVEZ WAS CONSIDERED a model inmate, a “trustee” granted special privileges for his good behavior during the first three years he was in jail.

Then, last November, Chavez was moved with no explanation to the jail’s maximum security unit and placed in a 6-by-7-foot cell, where he was often locked up for 47 hours straight.

Source: Lawsuit First to Challenge Use of Solitary Confinement in California’s County Jails

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