Inmate claimed that he was sexually harassed by a correctional officer. The officer was investigated officer on two prior occasions for sexual misconduct by the Sheriff and the FBI but was cleared of any wrongdoing on both occasions. Michael Condon and Tony Fioretti represented the Sheriff and filed a motion for summary judgment. The court granted the motion, finding that it was reasonable for the Sheriff to believe the officer did not pose a risk to inmates, especially after an independent investigation by the FBI. Brewer v. Bukowski, et al., Case No. 13-cv-2256, (C.D. Ill. Jan. 7, 2016). Click to read more.