Inmates do not lose all of their Constitutional rights just because they are incarcerated.

Inmate disciplinary appeals are very different from any other type of practice area. These cases require an attorney who understands both the operations of the State prison disciplinary system and appellate procedures. We are aggressive advocates for our clients, working toward any potentially positive outcome. 

 
 

Prison conditions litigation

Prisoners still have the right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment, to receive adequate medical care, and to access the courts, and to send and receive most mail, among other things. If you know a prisoner whose rights are being violated, contact the Mizner Law Firm. We have experience handling a wide variety of prisoner lawsuits in federal court, and we are not afraid to take on the tough cases.

Federal court experience counts

  • Federal Sentencing
  • Federal Prison Matters
  • Appeals
  • Habeas Corpus 2255 Motions
  • Rule 35 Motions
 

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(814) 454-3889

A look at our legal work

[example] Carter Lumber Development Company v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation, Bd. of Claims No. 4021: Two state contractors sue the PennDOT due to PennDOT's failure to pay over $1.6 million due under a state construction contract. Read the complaint here.

[example] Carter Lumber Development Company v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation, Bd. of Claims No. 4021: Two state contractors sue the PennDOT due to PennDOT's failure to pay over $1.6 million due under a state construction contract. Read the complaint here.

 

In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.
— Albert Einstein