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In Colorado and nationwide, prisoners and parolees are often the forgotten segment of our population.  There is a pervasive and unfortunate out-of-sight, out-of-mind attitude by the public when it comes to the rampant abuses against prisoners and parolees.  In our experience, some of the most egregious civil rights violations occur in Colorado’s dark and windowless prisons where jailors feel they can act without accountability.  Prisons and correctional institutions are unfortunately a ripe environment for civil rights abuses as jailors often act with impunity, feeling they are outside the public’s eye.  The civil rights of inmates and parolees must be respected, regardless of any possible mistakes made in the past.  Our lawyers believe that the civil rights of prisoners and parolees must be passionately enforced.

Prisoners’ Rights Constitutional Law Lawyers

At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, our team of trial lawyers understands the importance of representing prisoners, inmates, and parolees.  One true test of a society is how well it treats its prisoners.  Often forgotten, local, state, and federal laws afford substantial rights to prisoners and parolees, such as laws protecting against excessive force and cruel and unusual punishment.  Civil rights laws require that prisons and jails provide prisoners and inmates with appropriate medical treatment and humane living conditions.  Unnecessary and punitive administrative segregation and solitary confinement may violate a prisoner’s civil rights.

Vindicate Your Civil Rights

We have substantial experience in prisoner civil rights cases, as well as many other civil rights matters.  We will ensure that your civil rights while incarcerated or on parole are respected.  We examine your prison’s trainings, policies, and practices to ensure compliance with current local, state, and federal civil rights laws.

Contact Our Colorado Civil Rights Lawyers

Call 303-578-4400 or fill out our online form to contact our firm and discuss your case with our experienced civil rights attorneys.