An inmate of High Desert State Prison filed a federal civil rights law suit because he alleges he was subjected to double jeopardy and was in custody from December 2010 to February 2017 when he should not have been. He states that he was incarcerated for multiple sentences and, on February 26, 2006, he received an institutional parole for his sentence. He then started another sentence on February 27, 2006 for the enhancement to his conviction that yielded the first sentence. He alleges this is a violation of the law and he asked for a hearing with the Nevada Parole Board to address it. His request was denied. On December 30, 2010, he states his sentences were overturned but not reflected in NDOC’s system. He is in need of someone to represent him in his federal civil action through the Federal Pro Bono Program.
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