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Title "Marone v. Nassau County (Seeking to Create Independent Oversight of the Nassau County Jail)"
Date Mar 21, 2012
Author New York Civil Liberties Union
External Link https://www.nyclu.org/en/cases/marone-v-nassau-county-seeking-create-independent-oversight...
Abstract This lawsuit seeks to compel Nassau County officials to comply with a 22-year-old unfulfilled charter mandate to establish an independent board charged with overseeing and reforming conditions at the Nassau County Correctional Center. The lawsuit was filed on March 21, 2012 in State Supreme Court for Nassau County on behalf of two individuals currently housed at the county jail. It seeks to force the county to fulfill its duty to establish the Board of Visitors, an independent oversight committee that has never fully operated since being established in 1990. The county charter authorizes the seven-member committee to respond to inmate grievances and advise the sheriff on programs that would improve the care and treatment of people housed at the jail.
Source https://www.nyclu.org/


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case Marone v. Nassau County (JC-NY-0058)

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