Randall Gammett v. Idaho State Board of Corrections (USA)

Randall Gammett was arrested in July 1999 for possession of a stolen vehicle, admitted his crime, and was sentenced to the Northern Idaho Correction Institution for psych evaluation.  He escaped and was captured two days later, then was transferred to the Idaho State Correctional Institution at Orofino on a 9 year sentence (6 for possessing stolen property, 3 for escaping from custody). Gammett legally changed his name to Jennifer Spencer after he was already behind bars. In 2003, Spencer sought treatment from the Idaho prison system for gender identity disorder. In July 2007, a federal judge in Idaho ordered the state to provide hormone therapy to him.

Randall Gammett v. Idaho State Board of Corrections.

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