This case involves a Federal Civil Rights action against a jail that subjected a mentally ill inmate to habitual abuse. The inmate was put in isolation would routinely be denied food and clothes. He was restrained for prolonged periods of time and was prohibited from using the bathroom, often times for over 24 hours. It was alleged that the jail did not properly screen and train their staff and that the staff’s use of restraint was both improper and excessive. An expert in prison policies and procedures was sought to review the facts of the case and to help to determine the extent of the jail’s mismanagement.