Verdicts & Results - Anthony J. Salerno

Anthony J. Salerno
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Eichweldel v. Correctional Officers
United States District Court
Judge Pallmeyer
Civil Rights
January, 2002
$1 Million
Not guilty as to all defendants
The plaintiff, an inmate incarcerated at the Stateville Correctional Center, claimed excessive use of force, failure to protect from harm and spoliation of evidence.

Anthony J. Salerno
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Graham vs. Correctional Officers
United States District Court
Judge Gettleman
Civil Rights
2001
$1 Million
NOT GUILTY as to all defendants
The plaintiff alleged excessive use of force and deliberate indifference to serious medical needs.

Anthony J. Salerno
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Turner v. Correctional Officers and Maintenance Supervisors
United States District Court
Judge Hibbler
Deliberate Indifference
2001
$1 Million
NOT GUILTY as to all defendants
The plaintiff, an inmate at Stateville Correctional Center, alleged that the defendants were deliberately indifference to a serious risk to his health, e.g., exposed wiring in a shower room.

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Handy v. Correctional Officers
United States District Court
Judge Walter, United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana, sitting by designation.
Civil Rights
2000
$1 Million
NOT GUILTY as to all defendants
The plaintiff, an inmate at the Stateville Correctional Center, alleged excessive use of force and deliberate indifference to serious medical needs.

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Bolden v. Physician
United States District Court
Judge McKeague, United States District Court, Western District of Michigan
Deliberate Indifference
2000
$1 Million
NOT GUILTY
The plaintiff alleged that the defendant physician at the Stateville Correctional Center was deliberately indifferent to his serious medical needs.