Miller Law Group has experienced civil rights attorneys that can help you navigate the complexities of prisoners’ rights law.

While some of the rights held by prisoners and probationers are reduced, they are still protected by many important civil rights.  For example, while prisoners and probationers have greatly reduced rights to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, they still have the right to due process under the law, and the right to be free from cruel an unusual punishment.  These rights are often violated when there is abusive conduct by correctional or probation officers, or when inadequate medical treatment is provided in prison.

Prisoners’ ability to recover damages against the government are also limited by a complex statutory scheme known as the PLRA.

Although many civil rights held by prisoners and probationers are limited, the experienced civil rights lawyers at Miller Law Group can help enforce several important civil rights, regardless of whether you are incarcerated, on probation, or on parole.

Miller Law Group has experience civil rights attorneys, with offices in North Carolina, Washington D.C., and South Carolina.   If you or a loved one is incarcerated, on probation, or on parole, our civil rights lawyers can help hold the government accountable.

Contact Miller Law Group or call (919) 348-4361 for a free consultation today.

Additional Resources: 

What damages can I recover in a § 1983 lawsuit?

Inadequate Medical Treatment in Prison

What is the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA)?