Brooklyn Prisoners’ Rights Attorney
Defense Lawyers Protecting the Rights of the Incarcerated
New York City jails contain about 13,000 people at any given time. Over the course of a year, more than 100,000 people will have been arrested and spent time in New York City jails. In upstate New York, the prison population usually surpasses 57,000 people.
The criminal justice system refers to these people as “prisoners” or inmates,” but to the criminal defense lawyers at Stoll, Glickman & Bellina, they are ordinary people — people who have constitutional rights; people who need experienced legal help.
- You have a right to be free of unjustified assaults at the hands of correction officers.
- You have a right to be free of preventable assaults from other inmates.
- You have a right to receive needed and competent medical attention.
Lawyers Who Represent Those in Jail or Prison
Not many law firms are willing to fight for the rights of incarcerated people, but at Stoll, Glickman & Bellina we do it every day. Whether your loved one is incarcerated on Rikers Island or Sing Sing, Attica or Auburn, Upstate or Downstate Correctional, Auburn or Five Points, the attorneys at Stoll, Glickman & Bellina will aggressively fight for his or her rights. We have a proven track record of winning significant cash awards for incarcerated people, and our firm has been a force in changing the system.
Call for a Free Consultation
Contact our Brooklyn criminal defense firm today to discuss your case with a lawyer. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment.