Selecting The RIGHT COVID-19 Inmate Release Lawyer

April 25, 2020

The laws, procedures and likelihood of success in obtaining the release of an inmate with heightened susceptibility to death from COVID-19 vary widely depending on where the inmate is incarcerated. To maximize your chance of success, it is extremely important to hire the right lawyer. In the case of coronavirus inmate release, a lawyer who  … Read more

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Pre-Trial Release Of Coronavirus Vulnerable Inmates Using NY’s Criminal AND Civil Courts: Part 1 Of 2

April 22, 2020

Both New York State’s civil and criminal courts provide procedures to have inmates waiting for trial released based upon heightened susceptibility to death from coronavirus due to “co-morbidities”. Co-morbidities include a wide variety of medical conditions, not limited to respiratory disease, as well as old age, that make certain inmates much more susceptible to death  … Read more

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The U.S. Constitution Requires IMMEDIATE RELEASE Of Inmates Susceptible To Death From Coronavirus

April 19, 2020

Unlike the federal government, New York State lacks a compassionate early release law to require the release of inmates with high vulnerability to death from COVID-19, such as the elderly and inmates with respiratory ailments and chronic medical conditions.  Approximately 1200 federal inmates have been released under this law due to concerns about death from coronavirus. In  … Read more

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NY Needs A Compassionate Early Release Law For COVID-19 Susceptible Inmates

April 13, 2020

A 23-year-old was released from prison where he was serving a federal sentence for racketeering, based upon the imminent threat of death from COVID-19. His “only” health problem was asthma, a disease prevalent among prison inmates.  The lucky inmate was hip hop artist Tekashi69, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez. Judge Paul Engelmayer, a federal  … Read more

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LeNoir Law Firm Thanks Jay-Z And Meek Mill For Saving Lives At Rikers

April 8, 2020

Jay-Z’s Prison Reform Group Sends 50,000 Masks to Rikers

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Our Strategy for COVID-19 Immediate Inmate Release through Habeas Corpus

April 7, 2020

Every one of the over 50,000 people incarcerated New York State’s prisons and jails (not including federal and private prisons located in New York) is susceptible to dying from COVID-19 (the pandemic caused by the “novel” coronavirus discovered in 2019) in the extremely tight conditions in which they are forced to live. Although the inmates  … Read more

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