Politics & Government

October 16, 2013 8:41 PM

Inmate attorneys allege mental health crisis on Death Row

The state maintains that mental health care services provided to inmates have improved dramatically in recent years and now rival what is available to private citizens. Attorneys for the inmates, in contrast, contend that mentally ill prisoners, particularly condemned inmates, still have minimal access to treatment.

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