Sentencing/Post Conviction

Deadly 'valley fever' risk means thousands of prison inmates must be moved, federal judge says


A federal judge told California officials on Monday that they must move several thousand inmates at two prisons who are at risk of contracting a potentially deadly airborne fungus known as valley fever.

The state has seven days to begin doing so and must complete the move within 90 days, reports the Associated Press.

See also:

ABAJournal.com: “‘Valley fever’ fungus in local soil prompts request to judge to move thousands of inmates”

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