Wisconsin Prison Warden and Several Other Staff Members Criminally Charged After Two Inmates Died

By: Barbara Hart, Principal in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice Deaths of two inmates at a Wisconsin Prison leads to charges filed against the warden and either other staff members. The charges include felony misconduct in connection with the death of a mentally ill inmate who died due to malnutrition and dehydration. Two recent inmate deaths at Waupun [...]

2024-06-28T15:16:04-05:00By |Categories: Civil Rights|Comments Off on Wisconsin Prison Warden and Several Other Staff Members Criminally Charged After Two Inmates Died

Sex Trafficking Ring in Baltimore Enslaved Almost Two Dozen Women

By:  Steve Kelly, Principal in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice A Baltimore woman who ran a statewide sex-trafficking ring in Maryland for almost two years faces 135 charges related to almost a dozen women she held as sex slaves. The attorneys at Grant & Eisenhofer are actively investigating this story and are here to help survivors break [...]

2024-06-14T11:48:35-05:00By |Categories: Sexual Harassment or Assault|Comments Off on Sex Trafficking Ring in Baltimore Enslaved Almost Two Dozen Women

Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno to File for Bankruptcy After Surge of Sexual Abuse Claims

By: Patrick Wall, Advocacy Consultant in G&E’s Child Victims Act and Clergy Litigation Practice The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno (Fresno Diocese) announces imminent bankruptcy filing after 154 clergy abuse claims were filed against it. Many of these decades-old claims were revived under the California Assembly Bill 218, which opened a window of time for survivors [...]

2024-06-05T12:05:43-05:00By |Categories: Sexual Harassment or Assault|Comments Off on Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno to File for Bankruptcy After Surge of Sexual Abuse Claims