No. 79-1760.

650 F.2d 885 (1981)

Jerome MACLIN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Dr. FREAKE, Defendant-Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.

Decided June 3, 1981.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jerome R. Maclin, pro se.

Kermit R. Hilles, Michigan City, Ind., for defendant-appellee.

Before SWYGERT, SPRECHER and WOOD, Circuit Judges.


Plaintiff Jerome Maclin, a prisoner at the Indiana State Prison, sued prison Medical Services Administrator Dr. Ronald Freake, alleging Dr. Freake's deliberate indifference to Maclin's serious medical needs violated Maclin's eighth amendment rights. Maclin sought one million dollars in damages, but no injunctive or declaratory relief. Maclin also requested that counsel be appointed to represent him. Judge Sharp...

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