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Jail Conditions on the Navajo Nation

A Case Study

By James S. Manlowe Jr., Susan Warren & Thomas J. Holgate

Navajo inmates, confined to jails on their reservations, challenged the deplorable conditions of confinement and obtained a consent decree that would improve jail conditions. This article describes how the case of Silver v. Pahe was responsible for these changes.

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