The Growing Litigation Battle Over COVID-19 in the Nation’s Prisons and Jails

Jail cells

The COVID-19 pandemic is sure to become a staple of court dockets in the months and years to come, and already one sector has triggered a wave of litigation over questions of civil rights, public health, and institutional liability—America’s prisons and jails.

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