By By Ariél Zangla azangla@freemanonline.com ArielAtFreeman on Twitter

KINGSTON >> A jury will decide whether employees at the Ulster County Jail could have reasonably foreseen that an inmate with a prior history of violence while incarcerated would attack another inmate, a state appellate court has ruled.

The Appellate Division of state Supreme Court, Third Department, ruled Wednesday that it would be up to a jury in state Supreme Court in Ulster County to determine whether employees at the jail failed to take action to address a reasonably foreseeable threat that resulted in the assault of Patrick J.

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