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We are the champions for the rights of inmates.

We Stand Up for the Inmates

At the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, we’ve had numerous experiences in defending individuals behind bars. Our team believes that justice must be served throughout the stages of the legal system, which includes correctional facilities. With 25 years of experience in tackling the most challenging of cases throughout the state, we pride ourselves on being the voice of these individuals serving their time behind bars.

Prisoners Have Rights

You are not stripped off of your human rights once you enter a correctional facility. The civil rights fo each inmate are the same as the ones outside of these facilities. No discrimination should be practiced within prison walls; thus, should you be a victim of any degrading treatment that violates traditionally accepted standards of human decency.

Being a passionate and respected civil litigator, Myles S. Breiner takes action in letting your voice be heard when you are at your most vulnerable, whether your case involves prison-related violence or prisoner rights.

When Officers Prey on Inmates

Unfortunately, there are incidents wherein workers at correctional facilities prey upon inmates. Some coerce inmates into providing sex, which is a hateful abuse of power that should not be allowed. When enlisting the help of Myles S. Breiner’s Law Offices, you can guarantee that we advocate for the inmates who have been wrongly assaulted and work tirelessly to have the guilty parties take responsibility for their crimes.

The Lawyer That Will Stand with You

At the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner, we provide representation for inmates. Our office is located in Honolulu. Call us at 808-526-3426 or contact us online.

If you live in Honolulu, you’re probably familiar with the name Myles S. Breiner. Our high-profile cases and common media appearances reflect a practice steeped in integrity and commitment to the rights of the accused.