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My father was ruffed up and arrested this evening.He has several serious medical issues and I am concerned about his well being.I asked to see him and was refused.What can I do.The jailer said if they saw fit he would receive medical attention.I am really worried about him.
Asked on May 25, 2009 under Criminal Law, Oregon
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Answered 12 years ago | Contributor
Most jailers are actually very responsive to their prisoners medical conditions, but to get an extra measure of security, you should bring a letter outlining the medical conditions to the jail and a list of all medicines he is taking and the schedule of meds and the name of his physicians. Ideally you should have a lawyer representing him and have the lawyer do it ASAP.
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