Back on the docket in position #1

March 22, 2013

The lawsuit for a man who claims that, while serving as an Oconee prisoner, he was beaten by a fellow inmate has been returned to the docket of county’s Common Pleas Court—-and is set number one for trial the week of April 1-5. It’s the case of Rickie Joe Moore against Oconee Detention Center and others. The case had been scheduled for trial a year ago. One of the lawsuit’s allegations is that, at the time Moore’s skull was fractured the jail held nearly 200 prisoners, yet it was designed for 122. Moore is represented by Attorney Adam Fisher Jr. Defense attorney is Victor McDade.

 

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