7/11/16: Michael Condon and Yordana Wysocki won summary judgment for the defendant nurses in Carter v. Bukowski, et al., No. 14-cv-27089 (C.D. Ill. June 11, 2016). Carter, a jail inmate, alleged that the nurses were deliberately indifferent to his complaints of stomach pain and rectal bleeding. The Court ruled that no jury could find that the jail nursing staff consciously disregarded a serious medical need or that the staff’s response to Carter’s complaints – scheduling a doctor’s appointment for the next day – departed from accepted medical judgment.