Plata in Home Stretch

Cohen, Fred
August 2012
Correctional Law Reporter;Aug/Sep2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p29
The article informs about Plata, a prison medical care in California, U.S. in which Thelton Henderson, federal Judge of the U.S. found deficient medical care. It informs for improving remidal efforts of the system it was placed in receivership of Clark Kelso. Henderson on May 30, 2012 issued an order mentioning that agreement was done for progress but disagreement will be done when receiver does not provide improved medical care. The court proposed a plan for evaluation of receiver efforts.


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