The Responsibility of Assisting Prisoners
Attorneys do more than just ennoble incarcerated people when they read their letters and take seriously their complaints, such as horrific allegations of abuse or interference with medical care. By investigating and responding, counsel can shine a light on the darkness of the country's prison and jail systems—a darkness which is regularly ignored.
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