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For instance, the inmates charge, 'cookies and cakes are served soggy due to wet and cracked trays.' The lawsuit against Sheriff Pat Perez and Aramark can be found here.
The plaintiffs are, left to right, Michael Nance, Devalius Mc Donald, and Deandre Clemons. Mc Donald, 53, is facing a criminal sexual assault rap.
It isn’t the first time a court has sided with the city, only to have the regulations tweaked or overturned by another court later.
But a lawyer who represents several X-rated shops said in an unsuccessful petition to the U. Supreme Court last month that if the city went ahead with long-delayed enforcement, it could put her clients out of business.