Advocates of Justice for All
When the person has finished drafting their own legal documents using our lesson plans to guide them, they then have the option of providing us with those documents to edit and return with comments.
Personalized Legal Lesson Plans to Assist in Civil Litigation
Justice Behind Bars provides individuals with FREE legal resources to help guide them through their legal action. Our resources are specifically designed to help those who do not have legal counsel. Our goal at JBB is to help individuals gain meaningful access to the justice system.
Free Legal Resources for the Incarcerated
Our free lesson plans explain the current stage of litigation, provide relevant case law and other legal resources as well as samples of pertinent legal documents.
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Our professionally trained legal researchers work tirelessly to ensure that the people who use our services have current and comprehensive legal materials.
“Prison walls do not form a barrier separating inmates from the protections of the Constitution.”
- United States Supreme Court
Turner v. Safely (1987)
Justice Behind Bars, Inc.
Brooklyn, New York
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Justice Behind Bars provides individuals with legal educational resources only. It does not provide individuals with legal representation. People who choose to use our services do not enjoy any attorney-client privileges with the members of Justice Behind Bars.
Our goal at JBB is to help individuals achieve meaningful access to our justice system. JBB is run by Jeff Strutynski, Alexandra Roche, and Seth York, three recent graduates from the City University of New York School of Law.
Justice Behind Bars meets with the individual so we can learn how their rights are being violated. We then do extensive legal research and create a personalized legal lesson plan to help guide the person through the civil litigation process. Each lesson plan contains relevant legal resources and sample documents. Finally, JBB will edit and make comments on legal documents that have been prepared.