Orange County jail inmate sues for brutality by Orange County jail guards.
An inmate at the Orange County jail has filed a lawsuit alleging that he was kicked, punched and otherwise assaulted by police officers from the Orange County Sheriff’s department while he was in custody. He also alleges that thousands of inmates in custody at the Orange County jail are denied basis privileges that the law allows. (Santa Ana). These types of things just should not happen to people who are in custody but they often do.
When a loved one is arrested it is critical that you realize that their safety is often at risk if they remain in custody. We regularly are contacted by persons who tell us that when they were in custody they were beaten or otherwise assaulted while in jail.
We often urge our client’s families that they should consider retaining our legal services so we can attempt to go to court and have our clients bail reduced so they can be released from custody. In some cases we are able to have our clients released on “their own recognizance” which means without having to post bail.
When a person finds himself accused of a crime they are facing the possibility of spending time in county jail or state prison. However, they should not be subject to beatings and violations of their civil rights. The longer an inmate is in custody the more likely it is that they can suffer injury at the hands of another. It is always a good idea to confer with a highly qualified Orange County criminal defense attorney to learn about all of your loved ones legal rights. Contact Wallin and Klarich 24hours a day, 7 days a week for assistance. Feel free to visit our website www.wklaw.com and give us a call at 888-749-0034. We will be there when you call.