WALLIN v. NORMAN, 02-1634
A prisoner properly pled facts sufficient to establish that prison officials acted with deliberate indifference to his serious medical needs. District court's refusal to address the merits of defendants' qualified immunity summary judgment motion was a conclusive determination for the purpose of allowing an interlocutory appeal.
- Decided 01/27/2003
- Published 01/27/2003
- Before: NORRIS and GILMAN, Circuit Judges; McKEAGUE, District Judge.
- United States Sixth Circuit
- For Appellees:
- Margaret A. Costello (argued and briefed), Dykema Gossett, Detroit, MI, for Plaintiff-Appellee., Kevin R. Himebaugh (argued and briefed), Office of the Attorney General, Corrections Division, Lansing, MI, for Defendants-Appellants.