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Stacy Scheff specializes in prisoners' civil rights litigation, but also provides misdemeanor defense, estate planning, probate, & civil rights restoration
Primarily focused on prisoners' civil rights litigation, but also experienced in misdemeanor defense, civil rights restoration & "set asides", estate planning & probate, and civil asset forfeiture defense
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Getting ready for my first medical care injunction lawsuit: "IV. An injunction is in the public interest. It is always in the public interest to prevent the violation of a party's constitutional rights. Melendres v. Arpaio, 695 F.3d 990, 1002 (9th Cir., 2012). Furthermore, Hepatitis C is infectious and Plaintiff is due to be released into the public in 2017. Defendants Ryan and Corizon have a duty to treat infectious diseases of those under their care so that the public is not needlessly endangered."
Filing my first complaint under the firm name!
Usually I find marketing emails annoying, but for some reason I responded to one, explaining that I wasn't interested. I got this response: "On a personal note, I research attorneys all day looking for partners…I was very impressed with all I learned about you. You seem to be the kind of person who is making the world a better place. Keep doing it!" -Steven Skelton.
First preliminary injunction for prisoner medical care filed yesterday. Order received today: "The Court has reviewed Plaintiff’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction (Defendants Ryan & Corizon Only) (Doc. 40) filed on February 24, 2015. IT IS ORDERED that Defendants Ryan and Corizon file an immediate response to Plaintiff’s Motion (Doc. 40) no later than Monday, March 2, 2015. Dated this 25th day of February, 2015."
Dear Governor Ducey, I am writing to thank you for your choice to retain Charles Ryan as Director of Corrections. Chuck Ryan has proven to be consistent in his leadership of the Department. As a prisoners' civil rights attorney, this comforts me as I start out on my own as a young lawyer. Because of Director Ryan's consistent record of violating prisoners' civil rights, I am all but guaranteed to be successful in my practice with large judgments and settlements for my clients, as well as fees from desperate family members willing to pay anything to get proper medical care for their loved ones in prison with neglected conditions as serious as Hepatitis C and cancer. With Director Ryan at the helm, I can be assured of a steady flow of these clients, particularly now that the ADC has settled a state-wide class action over deficient medical and mental health care for Arizona prisoners. The settlement agreement provides clear standards of care, and my mailbox is stuffed full of medical records from prisoners whose care is not up to those standards. Also, because you have retained Director Ryan, I can rest assured that I will never hear a defense of, “Oh, but that was the previous administration's problems!” I never thought the practice of law could be so easy! But thanks to you and Chuck, I'm going to be fat on Arizona taxpayer money in no time! I owe you lunch, Stacy Scheff Law Office of Stacy Scheff