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I am sorry for this dilemma. But not sure I understand your specific question. Do you have a question regarding this?That is, are you in jail now and suffering because of this?
So you are no longer in jail (sorry...I need to understand the dynamics...I often answer questions from folks asking for others)?
If you are out, how did this harm you (the lack of your meds)?
Yes. I am.
Again, my question is how did this impact you?How did their denial of medication impact you / your health?
And sorry for the confusion.I ask because IF you want to go into court you MUST have evidence of harm or, at least, evidence (from a medical doctor) that this conduct (the state withhold your meds) stands a likely chance of harming you
That is a baseline...unless you have such evidence? You have no case
Now...what you are describing, if there is evidence of harm (or potential harm)? Then you have a great case.
It really is that simple.
Talk to your doctor. Get their opinion on IF this denial of your meds has harmed you or increased the likelihood you will be harmed (loosed an organ or bodily function). IF they believe so? Then you may have enough to bring a civil rights caseIf there is evidence that this action caused you harm or increase the chance of organ failure for you in the future? You can ue for a violation of your civil rights
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