Attorney discusses claim that state is misleading federal court on mental health care

Michael Bien, the lead attorney for 30,000 California inmates who need mental health care, discusses the accusation by the state's chief prison psychiatrist that state officials are providing misleading and inaccurate data on how it treats inmates.
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Michael Bien, the lead attorney for 30,000 California inmates who need mental health care, discusses the accusation by the state's chief prison psychiatrist that state officials are providing misleading and inaccurate data on how it treats inmates.
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Judge wants investigator to probe whistleblower claims on prison psychiatric reports

November 05, 2018 04:11 PM

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