Case: Cameron v. Tomes

1:86-cv-03607 | U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Filed Date: Dec. 2, 1986

Closed Date: 1997

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Case Summary

On December 2, 1986, an involuntarily committed patient at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous (the "Center") filed a lawsuit under state contract law against Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH) in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Boston Division. The plaintiff, represented at first by himself and later by private counsel, asked the court for injunctive relief, alleging that the defendants violated his federal constitutional right…

On December 2, 1986, an involuntarily committed patient at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous (the "Center") filed a lawsuit under state contract law against Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (DMH) in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Boston Division. The plaintiff, represented at first by himself and later by private counsel, asked the court for injunctive relief, alleging that the defendants violated his federal constitutional rights by failing to provide him with minimally adequate treatment. Specifically, the plaintiff contended that the defendants persisted in rigidly applying the Center's rules and policies to him, despite the defendants' actual knowledge that the strict enforcement of those rules and policies interfered with his ability to respond to treatment.

Previously, in 1978, the plaintiff pled guilty to charges of rape in Vermont and Massachusetts. In 1984, while serving at MCI Walpole, the plaintiff was adjudged a sexually dangerous person and committed to the Center in November 1985. The plaintiff's criminal sentence expired on February 15, 1992.

After a six-day nonjury trial that commenced November 1991 and ended in January 1992, on February 14, 1992, the District Court (Judge Robert E. Keeton) found for the plaintiff. Cameron v. Tomes, 783 F. Supp. 1511 (D. Mass. 1992). The Court held that rigid application of some of the Center's rules and policies was an unconstitutional failure to exercise professional judgment. The Court (a) ordered the Restrictive Integration Review Board to review the plaintiff's commitment to the Center to determine appropriate conditions of confinement and evaluate his current sexual dangerousness, (b) required the defendants to allow the plaintiff to receive treatment from the Veterans Administration for a list of ailments, (c) enjoined the defendants from transporting the plaintiff by armed correctional officers and in shackles, (d) required that a qualified decision-maker consider the plaintiff's appointment requests, (e) enjoined the defendants from using the "Extraction Team" against the plaintiff without consulting a clinician, (f) enjoined the defendants from enforcing the current disciplinary system, (g) enjoined the defendants from conducting oral cavity searches, (h) enjoined any requirement of double-bunking, and (i) required the defendants to modify a handicapped accessible room to provide reasonable space for the plaintiff to use his wheelchair and walker. The defendants appealed.

On March 31, 1993, the First Circuit Court of Appeals (Judge Michael Boudin) modified and affirmed the District Court's February 14, 1992, order. Cameron v. Tomes, 990 F.2d 14 (1st Cir. 1993). The Court held that the plaintiff was entitled to injunctive relief requiring reappraisal of his personal dangerousness and of the general conditions of his confinement. The Court adjusted and delimited the future effects of the District Court's injunction by removing the transportation security provisions as well as those enjoining the Center from enforcing the current disciplinary system.

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Summary Authors

Josh Altman (6/28/2006)

People


Judge(s)

Boudin, Michael (Massachusetts)

Coffin, Frank Morey (Maine)

Keeton, Robert Ernest (Massachusetts)

Selya, Bruce Marshall (Rhode Island)

Attorneys(s) for Plaintiff

Keefe, Robert Dennis (Massachusetts)

Matuschak, Mark G. (Massachusetts)

Rocchio, David M. (Massachusetts)

Savage, N. Roland (Massachusetts)

Attorneys(s) for Defendant

Harshbarger, Scott (Massachusetts)

Kaczynski, Michelle (Massachusetts)

Judge(s)

Boudin, Michael (Massachusetts)

Coffin, Frank Morey (Maine)

Keeton, Robert Ernest (Massachusetts)

Selya, Bruce Marshall (Rhode Island)

Attorneys(s) for Plaintiff

Keefe, Robert Dennis (Massachusetts)

Matuschak, Mark G. (Massachusetts)

Rocchio, David M. (Massachusetts)

Savage, N. Roland (Massachusetts)

Attorneys(s) for Defendant

Harshbarger, Scott (Massachusetts)

Kaczynski, Michelle (Massachusetts)

Massing, Gregory (Massachusetts)

Medvedow, Elisabeth (Massachusetts)

Documents in the Clearinghouse

Document

Docket [PACER]

Cameron v. Murphy

Oct. 25, 2005 Docket
74

Opinion

783 F.Supp. 1511

Feb. 14, 1992 Order/Opinion

Opinion

U. S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

990 F.2d 14

March 31, 1993 Order/Opinion

Resources

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Docket

Last updated May 12, 2022, 8 p.m.

ECF Number Description Date Link
3

Complaint filed by pro se plaintiff. (lt) (Entered: 12/09/1992)

Dec. 2, 1986
21

Amended complaint by Robert Cameron , amending [3-1] complaint Filed. (lt) (Entered: 12/09/1992)

Feb. 17, 1989

Refer to Paper Docket for entries prior to January 1, 1991. (lt) (Entered: 10/02/1992)

Jan. 1, 1991
34

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to file an amended complaint (fmr) (Entered: 01/16/1991)

Jan. 14, 1991
35

Memorandum by Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley in opposition to [34-1] motion for leave to file an amended complaint (fmr) (Entered: 01/24/1991)

Jan. 24, 1991
36

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to file reply (fmr) (Entered: 02/01/1991)

Jan. 30, 1991

Terminated document(s) [37-1] amended complaint Requested by J. Cull. Terminated pursuant to conversation with counsel for plaintiff on 12/8/92, informing the court that there was no amended complaint on 2/11/91 (#37) filed. (lt) (Entered: 12/09/1992)

Feb. 11, 1991

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Endorsed Order granting [34-1] motion for leave to file an amended complaint taking in account of P's desclaimer filed 1/30/91 that any new and distinct cause of action is being asserted, filed (fmr) (Entered: 02/13/1991)

Feb. 11, 1991
37

Amended complaint by Robert Cameron , (Answer due 2/21/91 for Neil Kiley, for Michael Maquire, for Barry Anechiarico, for Ian Tink, for John Noonan, for Edward Murphy ) amending [37-1] amended complaint against Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci (fmr) (Entered: 02/13/1991)

Feb. 11, 1991
38

Second Amended complaint by Robert Cameron , (Answer due 2/25/91 for James P. Sansouci, for Henry Tomes, for Neil Kiley, for Michael Maquire, for Barry Anechiarico, for Ian Tink, for John Noonan, for Edward Murphy ) amending [21-1] amended complaint. FILED. (fmr) Modified on 12/09/1992 (Entered: 02/19/1991)

Feb. 15, 1991
39

Answer to Complaint by Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci; jury demand (fmr) (Entered: 02/21/1991)

Feb. 19, 1991
41

Notice returned to court re: Attny Stone longer at 626 Wilshire Blvd. ....re: hearing set for April 2, 1990.... (fmr) (Entered: 03/27/1991)

March 25, 1991
42

Notice of Hearing: set status conference for 4:00 7/26/91 before Judge Robert E. Keeton (fmr) (Entered: 06/11/1991)

June 3, 1991
43

Motion by Robert Cameron of reimbursement of costs for exper's services to Judge Robert E. Keeton (fmr) (Entered: 07/02/1991)

July 1, 1991
44

Judge Robert E. Keeton .(rptr-Cloonan) Clerk's Notes: STATUS CONFERENCE - CL rep'd that they were unfamiliar with the second docket # assigned to this case in the court's records: 87-1153. The Ct advised that the clerk would investigate the matter. D's cl advised that thte clerk would investigate the matter. D's cl tep'd that she had to be removed becuase of a inevitable conflict arising from her defense of p's expert witness in a previous case. THe ct advised P's cl that the ct has no authority to order the P to be reimbursed for the cost of his expect witness. CL agreed after D;s cl brought it to the ct's attention that no jury would be necssary P seeks only equitable relief. P's cl rep'd that he was ready for trial., set Jury trial for 9:45 11/15/91 before Judge Robert E. Keeton (fmr) (Entered: 08/05/1991)

July 26, 1991

Terminated document(s) [43-1] motion of reimbursement of costs for exper's services, [36-1] motion for leave to file reply taken under advisement Requested by JMCull. (lt) (Entered: 10/11/1991)

Oct. 11, 1991
45

Notice of attorney appearance for Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci by Elisabeth J. Medvedow. FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/04/1991)

Nov. 1, 1991
46

Motion by Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to dismiss FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/04/1991)

Nov. 1, 1991
47

Memorandum by Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci in support of [46-1] motion to dismiss (fmr) (Entered: 11/04/1991)

Nov. 1, 1991

Status conference held. (fmr) (Entered: 11/05/1991)

Nov. 1, 1991
48

Judge Robert E. Keeton. (Rptr - Willette) Clerk's Notes: Status conference - colloquy re: D's mtn to dismiss. Court requests P to respond to mtn to dismiss by 11/8/91. court will give parties a copy of order regulating nonjury trial as a suggestion of how to prepare for trial. court requests P to serve proposed findings and conclusions so D may mark up what D disagrees with. Colloquy re: state habeas corpus claim. Court asks P why this court has jurisdiction if P is litigating same claim in habeas corpus? Parties are to present arguments to court in some form, but the trial date will remain the same, and Response to motion reset to 11/8/91 for [46-1] motion to dismiss , filed. (fmr) (Entered: 11/05/1991)

Nov. 1, 1991
49

Joint motion by Robert Cameron, Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to dismiss counts III and IV (fmr) (Entered: 11/07/1991)

Nov. 6, 1991
50

STIPULATION by Robert Cameron, Henry Tomes, dismissing counts III and IV pursuant to Fed. R. Cic. P. 41(a)(1) (fmr) (Entered: 11/07/1991)

Nov. 7, 1991
51

Notice of Non-Consent To Affidavits In Lieu Of Direct Testimony FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/12/1991)

Nov. 7, 1991
52

Petition for writ of habeas corpus FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/12/1991)

Nov. 7, 1991
55

Joint motion by Robert Cameron, Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to dismiss counts III and IV (fmr) (Entered: 11/12/1991)

Nov. 7, 1991
53

Memorandum by Robert Cameron in opposition to D's motion to dismiss and request for oral argument FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/12/1991)

Nov. 8, 1991
71

Proposed Findings of fact and conclusions of law by Robert Cameron marked up by Ds, filed, c/s. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Nov. 8, 1991
54

Plaintiff's List of Witnesses, Depositions And Exhibits To Be Used At Trial FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/12/1991)

Nov. 12, 1991

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Endorsed Order granting [52-1] petition for writ of habeas corpus ad testificandum (fmr) (Entered: 12/05/1991)

Nov. 12, 1991
56

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Memorandum and Order: D's motion to dismiss (#46) is DENIED (fmr) Modified on 09/28/1992 (Entered: 11/21/1991)

Nov. 13, 1991

Writ of Habeas Corpus issued (fmr) (Entered: 12/05/1991)

Nov. 13, 1991

Bench trial held (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Nov. 15, 1991
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day l - (rptr - Willette): Colloquy re: sequestering the witnesses. D w/draws request to sequester. Colloquy re: objections to evidence. P's opening statement. D reserves opening to statement. P calls Michael Stevens, sworn. P calls Gloria Berman, sworn. P calls Dr. Segorm, sworn. The court will get in touch w/parties about when trial will resume. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Nov. 15, 1991
58

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to supplement witness list FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/27/1991)

Nov. 21, 1991
57

Memorandum by Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci in opposition to [54- 1] remark (supplement witness list) FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 11/26/1991)

Nov. 22, 1991
61

Statement of Facts by Robert Cameron, Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci Re: "..the plaintiff, Robert E. Cameron, has refused medical treatment offered at or by the Massachusetts Treatment Center on more than 150 occasions from 1985 through 8/7/91." FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 12/19/1991)

Dec. 12, 1991
59

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to submit affidavit in lieu of live testimony FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 12/16/1991)

Dec. 16, 1991
60

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to supplement witness list to call Albert R. Jurgela, Ph.d FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 12/16/1991)

Dec. 16, 1991
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 2 - (rptr - Willette): Colloquy re: mtn to supplement witness list to call Erickson and Dr. Jurgela. Colloquy re: form of judgment. Court DENIES request to add witness Erikson. Court ALLOWS affdvt of Dr. Jurgela w/condition. Court ALLOWS D's mtn to have the testimony live. Colloquy re: scheduling. Colloquy re: what relief seeking. Continue tomorrow 9:00 - l:00 p.m. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Dec. 17, 1991
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 3 - (rptr - Willette): P calls Robert Cameron, sworn. Recess until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow til 2:45 p.m. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Dec. 18, 1991
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 4 - (rptr - Willette): P calls Dr. Albert Jurgela, sworn. P rests. D moves for directed verdict. DENIED, but admonishes P to formulate different relief. D calls Ian Tink, sworn. P cl states that Mr. Cameron is having chest pains. Recess. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Dec. 19, 1991
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 5 - (rptr - Willette): Conference w/cl re: scheduling and focus of case. Court states preliminary view of law to be applied and how law applies to the facts. P states that parties will attempt to reach a settlement so w/d like time to confer. Trial set to resume 9:00 a.m. on l/23/92. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Dec. 20, 1991
77

Return of Habeas Corpus FILED (fmr) (Entered: 02/20/1992)

Jan. 9, 1992
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 6 - (rptr - Willette): Testimony of Ian Tink continues. Court questions the witness. Recess until l0:30 a.m. tomorrow. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Jan. 23, 1992

Writ of Habeas Corpus issued (fmr) (Entered: 02/05/1992)

Jan. 24, 1992
69

Petition for writ of habeas corpus FILED (fmr) (Entered: 02/07/1992)

Jan. 24, 1992
72

Judge Robert E. Keeton. Clerk's Notes: Non-Jury Trial Day 7 - (rptr - Willette): D calls Yuri Amit. D rests. D moves for a R.52(c) motion. Court responds, will consider w/oral argument. Court would welcome proposed findings and conclusions of law by 3:00 p.m. Tuesday. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Jan. 24, 1992
73

Motion by Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to dismiss pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 52(c) , filed, c/s. (fmr) (Entered: 02/18/1992)

Jan. 24, 1992

Writ of Habeas Corpus issued (fmr) (Entered: 02/07/1992)

Jan. 27, 1992
75

Return of Habeas Corpus unexecuted (fmr) (Entered: 02/20/1992)

Jan. 27, 1992
62

Plaintiff's Supplemental Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law (Annotated) FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 01/28/1992)

Jan. 28, 1992
63

Proposed Order FILEDby the Plaintiff (fmr) (Entered: 01/28/1992)

Jan. 28, 1992
64

Index FILED by the plaintiff (witness transcripts) (fmr) (Entered: 01/28/1992)

Jan. 28, 1992
65

Defendant's Proposed Findings of Fact FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 02/03/1992)

Jan. 28, 1992
79

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Clerk's Notes: Non-jury trial day 7. Sidebar- D gives closing argument. P's closing argument. P's counsel will submit proposed order by 1/31/92 and then D's counsel shall respond by Thursday 2/6/92. Court will consider only the substituted proposed order. (fmr) (Entered: 02/24/1992)

Jan. 29, 1992
66

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to file substitute proposed order FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 02/06/1992)

Jan. 31, 1992

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Endorsed Order granting [66-1] motion for leave to file substitute proposed order (fmr) (Entered: 02/12/1992)

Jan. 31, 1992
70

Proposed Order FILED pursuant to Judge Keeton's endorsement (fmr) (Entered: 02/12/1992)

Jan. 31, 1992
78

Habeas Corpus return of service FILED (fmr) Modified on 08/18/1993 (Entered: 02/20/1992)

Feb. 4, 1992
67

KEETON, D.J. (rptr-Willette) TRANSCRIPT of 6th day of non-jury trial on 1/24/92 (fmr) (Entered: 02/06/1992)

Feb. 5, 1992
68

Memorandum by Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci in opposition to [63-1] remark (fmr) (Entered: 02/06/1992)

Feb. 5, 1992

Terminated document(s) mooting [36-1] motion for leave to file reply. Requested by jmc. (fmr) (Entered: 02/12/1992)

Feb. 12, 1992
74

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Opinion ISSUED (fmr) (Entered: 02/19/1992)

Feb. 14, 1992
80

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Judgment for Robert Cameron against Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci. Costs awarded to plaintiff (fmr) (Entered: 02/25/1992)

Feb. 14, 1992

Case closed (fmr) (Entered: 02/25/1992)

Feb. 14, 1992
76

Return of Habeas Corpus FILED (fmr) (Entered: 02/20/1992)

Feb. 20, 1992
82

Transcript of Conference before Judge Keeton held 12/20/91 in Courtroom 13 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
83

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 1 before Judge Keeton on 11/15/92 in Courtroom 11 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
84

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 2 before Judge Keeton on 12/17/92 (Reptr. Willette) (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
85

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 3 before Judge Keeton on 12/18/91 in Courtroom 13 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
86

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 4 before Judge Keeton on 12/19/91 in Courtroom 13 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
87

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 5 before Judge Keeton on 1/23/92 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
88

Transcript of Non-Jury Trial Proceedings Day 7 before Judge Keeton on 1/29/92 in Courtroom 11 (Reptr. Willette) FILED (fmr) (Entered: 03/05/1992)

March 3, 1992
89

Memorandum by Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci in opposition to [81-1] motion for attorney fees FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 03/19/1992)

March 13, 1992
90

Notice of appeal by Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci from the judgment of 2/14/92, Appeal record due on 4/13/92, filed. Notice sent to all counsel. (fmr) (Entered: 03/23/1992)

March 13, 1992
91

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to file reply memo (fmr) (Entered: 03/24/1992)

March 20, 1992
92

Motion by Robert Cameron for leave to file reply memo (fmr) (Entered: 03/25/1992)

March 23, 1992

Notice of Docketing ROA from USCA Re: [90-1] appeal USCA NUMBER: 92-1343 (fmr) (Entered: 04/01/1992)

April 1, 1992

Certified copy of docket and record on appeal forwarded to U.S. Court of Appeals on Clerk's Certificate: [90-1] appeal (fmr) (Entered: 04/01/1992)

April 1, 1992

USCA appeal fees received $ 105, receipt #16491. (fmr) (Entered: 04/10/1992)

April 7, 1992
93

Receipt for exhibits used at trial signed by Atty. Medvedow for both sides. (fmr) (Entered: 04/17/1992)

April 17, 1992
95

Corrected version of letter from Atty Rocchio re: Mr. Cameron's sentence. FILED cc/oppos/cl (fmr) (Entered: 05/05/1992)

April 24, 1992

Transmitted supplemental record on appeal (Plaintiffs and Defendants Exhibits) : [90-1] appeal (fmr) (Entered: 05/06/1992)

April 30, 1992

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Endorsed Order granting [91-1] motion for leave to file reply memo, cc/cl. (fmr) (Entered: 05/21/1992)

May 21, 1992
96

Reply by Robert Cameron to response to [81-1] motion for attorney fees, filed, c/s. (fmr) (Entered: 05/21/1992)

May 21, 1992
97

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Memorandum and Order ISSUED granting [81- 1] motion for attorney fees with modifications as stated in this Memorandum and Order. (2) The parties are ordered to file a joint submission on the total amount of attorney's fees owed in accordance with this Memorandum and Order on or before 7/30/92. If no such agreement can be reached, each party must file by that same date its own calculation of attorney's fees owed. After 7/30/92, a separate final order shall be entered forthwith. (fmr) (Entered: 07/06/1992)

July 2, 1992
98

Motion by Robert Cameron for contempt against the defendants FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
99

Affidavit by Robert Cameron FILED (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
100

Affidavit by Robert Cameron FILED (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
101

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue a Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum for Larry Davis FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
102

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue a Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum Order for William Gonsalves FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
103

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue an order for Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum for Wayne Raymond FILED (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
104

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue a Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum Order for Ronald DeWolfe FILED (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
105

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue a Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum Order for Roger Anyod FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
106

Motion by Robert Cameron for the Court to issue a Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum for Robert Cameron FILED c/s (fmr) (Entered: 07/09/1992)

July 7, 1992
107

Joint motion by Robert Cameron, Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to modify Order filed c/s (sad) (Entered: 07/17/1992)

July 16, 1992
108

Joint motion by Robert Cameron, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to modify the Court's 7/2/92 Order FILED (fmr) (Entered: 07/20/1992)

July 16, 1992
114

Motion by Edward Murphy, John Noonan, Ian Tink, Barry Anechiarico, Michael Maquire, Neil Kiley, Henry Tomes, James P. Sansouci to strike [98-1] motion for contempt against the defendants (fmr) (Entered: 08/05/1992)

July 21, 1992
109

Judge Robert E. Keeton . Memorandum and Order ISSUED. D's motion to strike P's pro-se submissions (docket #'s 98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106) is ALLOWED. (fmr) (Entered: 07/24/1992)

July 23, 1992

State / Territory: Massachusetts

Case Type(s):

Mental Health (Facility)

Key Dates

Filing Date: Dec. 2, 1986

Closing Date: 1997

Case Ongoing: No

Plaintiffs

Plaintiff Description:

Involuntarily committed patient alleging violation of his constitutional rights due to the failure of Department of Mental Health to provide him with minimally adequate treatment

Plaintiff Type(s):

Private Plaintiff

Public Interest Lawyer: No

Filed Pro Se: Yes

Class Action Sought: No

Class Action Outcome: Not sought

Defendants

Mass. Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous, State

Case Details

Causes of Action:

State law

Availably Documents:

Trial Court Docket

Any published opinion

Outcome

Prevailing Party: Plaintiff

Nature of Relief:

Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement

Source of Relief:

Litigation

Order Duration: 1992 - 0

Issues

General:

Classification / placement

Habilitation (training/treatment)

Medical/Mental Health:

Mental health care, general

Type of Facility:

Government-run