Institutional Prison Appeals
CA Prison 602 Appeal Filings
Allenatore, Esposito & Raffin takes pride in our vigorous advocacy of a CA Prison and Federal bureau of Prisons inmate’s rights. We encourage all of our clients and their families to hire AER as their long-term advocates in the prison appeals process. Our founding partners and all of our counselors have extensive first-hand experience in both the Federal Bureau of Prisons and CA prison systems dealing with a myriad of prison medical and other inmate issues and, more generally, in the administrative remedy process.
At AER, inmates are never just numbers. Prison medical neglect, guard abuse and institutional staff misconduct are all too common in our penal institutions. If your incarcerated loved one is suffering unnecessarily at the hands of Federal Bureau of Prisons or CA prison administration or staff then you need us on your side, fighting for their rights.
Each of our clients know that all too often the prison system in this country, and those that run it, illegally disregard policies and procedures designed to ensure that their basic human rights (and dignity) are protected – and that’s why they turn to us. As an AER client, both inmates and their families can rely on our team of experts to work relentlessly to protect their civil, religious and political rights.
Every decision by either staff or administration is subject to appellate review through the administrative remedy process. AER has extensive experience assisting inmates with these administrative appeals. We help appeal shots (disciplinary incident reports), prison medical treatment decisions, public safety factors, management variable application and any other action that might affect an inmate’s term of incarceration.
The Prison Appeals Process
A Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate must first ask their counselor for a Request for Informal Resolution on the prison medical or other matter with institutional staff. They may then file a BP9 appeal with the Warden. If that decision is unfavorable, they may appeal to the Regional Director via BP10. As a last resort, an inmate may then appeal to the Office of General Counsel in Washington, DC. We are expert at navigating this sometimes labyrinth appellate system.
We also have extensive experience handling CA prison 602 filings and fighting in-custody disciplinary charges (115’s) and various State of CA prison, designation and prison medical issues. Hire AER to help protect your rights or the rights of your incarcerated loved one.