His charges are battery with a deadly weapon, attempted armed robber, with elderly enhanced. They will not let me see or talk to him, or give me any detail.
Administrative Law Lawyer
That's because he is in custody. Security concerns are primary and you -- and he -- have no more rights than if you were requesting to visit him in a jail facility.
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Civil Rights Attorney
This answer is based upon the limited facts available in your question. You have a right to know what his medical condition is at the facility. Since he is charged with felonies you should contact the Washoe County Correctional Center to find-out what his condition is at this time. You or your husband's attorney could also file an internal affairs complaint with the Sheriff's office if they still refuse to give you the information. In addition, your husband's attorney has the right to see his client in the hospital facility.
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