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Boulder Prisoners Rights Attorneys

Attorneys (2)

  • Mari Anne Newman
  • Member at Killmer, Lane & Newman, LLP
  • Denver, CO U.S.A.
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      4.8/5.0 (20)
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  • Gail Kathryn Johnson
  • Member at Johnson, Brennan & Klein, PLLC
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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Prisoners Rights

People who are incarcerated have a number of legal rights. The U.S. Constitution bans cruel and unusual punishment. Prisoners also have the right to be free from discrimination; the right to certain freedoms of speech and religion; the right to due process during administrative appeals; and the right to medical, dental and mental health care while incarcerated. If you or someone you love is incarcerated and your rights have been violated, contact a prisoners' rights attorney or civil rights law firm immediately. Your lawyers can help you take legal action to address poor living conditions; harassment or discrimination based on your race, religion, gender or national origin; and other legal rights that are being denied to you.