Prison Abuse Attorneys

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Are you in need of a prison abuse lawyer? If you or your loved ones are in jail, it does not mean that they aren’t entitled to their rights. Your constitutional rights remain in place even while awaiting a trial in prison or while completing a jail sentence. If you feel that you or a loved one is being treated unjustly and cruelly, contact the attorneys at Robins Kaplan and turn to one of the nation’s premier trial law firms to handle your case. Case evaluations are always free and there is no fee unless we win your prison abuse case.

Movies and TV shows often feature depictions of prison abuse, but that doesn’t mean prison abuse is permissible in the real world. No one should get away with taking away your constitutional rights and freedoms, including those wearing a prison guard uniform. As a prisoner, you have rights. When those rights are not upheld, you need someone on your side fighting to protect you. Examples of prison abuse include:

  • Beatings and other physical abuse
  • Murder
  • Withholding needed medical attention
  • Starvation
  • Torture
  • Failure to control inmate violence
  • Sexual abuse by prison guards
  • Failure to prevent sexual assault by other inmates
  • Psychological abuse
  • Racial discrimination
  • Preventing inmates from practicing their religion
  • Failure to prevent suicide

Seeking Legal Help

The prison abuse lawyers at Robins Kaplan have achieved an unprecedented level of success in representing people who have had their lives affected by unconstitutional police or governmental conduct. We have successfully represented victims of many types of prison abuse, including prison suicides, assaults, and unconstitutional takings, and have successfully litigated matters involving claims under the 4th, 5th, 8th and 14th Amendments to the United States Constitution.

Contact us for a free case evaluation.

Our attorneys handle matters primarily in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.  

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