Prisoner Litigation Services
in West Virginia
Prisoner Rights for Freedom of Expression, Religion, & More
Because someone is charged with a crime it does not completely revoke all their rights. While the Thirteenth Amendment states that “…slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States…,” prisoners still retain the rest of their civil and constitutional rights. These include:
- Freedom of Expression & Communication
- Freedom of Religion
- Freedom from Punishments (Arbitrary, Cruel, Unusual)
- Freedom from Discrimination (Race, Religion, Gender, National Origin)
- Treatment for Medical Conditions
Protecting WV Prisoners’ Basic Rights from Charleston, WV
The basic inalienable rights of prison inmates receive the same protection as everyone else under the law. When a prison guard, police officer, or other law enforcement official violates these basic rights, attorneys Stroebel & Stroebel are on the case. We work with our clients to uphold their basic rights because of the situation they may be in. Contact us in Charleston, WV, at (304) 553-0660.
Let us Fight for Your Rights with our WV Prisoner Litigation Services
Prisoners who endure arbitrary, cruel, or unusual punishment experience violation of their civil rights. Prison inmates who also face discrimination due to race, religion, or national origin may be eligible to file a suit against the entity that violated their rights. Both public and private prisons must allow for freedom of expression and communication. If you have a condition that requires medical treatment, receiving it is your right, whether you are in prison for a few months, or even for life. If you experience any infringement of your rights while you are in prison or jail, before, or after, call our law office in Charleston today. Stroebel & Stroebel will fight for your rights both in and out of the courtroom, so you know you can count on us.