How to Justice

How to get the justice you deserve.

How to Justice is a nonprofit group. Its goal? Provide easy-to-read answers to your questions about your rights in prison. Whether you’re going to prison or have a loved one there, How to Justice gets you the answers you need.

How to Justice can help if you:

Being sent to prison can be scary. You worry about your safety. You worry about your future. And, as you feel like the government is taking so much away from you, you can’t help but ask what rights you have left. That’s where How to Justice comes in.

When you find out your loved one is going to prison, your heart drops. Will they be safe? Can you stay in touch? Will you get to see them? How can you help them? How to Justice knows what you’re feeling and seeks to answer to all your questions.

The U.S. puts more people behind bars than any other country in the world. But it doesn’t do enough to help them when they’re released. We work with experts and justice-impacted people like you to get you the resources you need after release.

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Whether you’re going to prison, have a loved one in prison or are getting released from prison, you probably have questions. Sometimes those questions are for experts. Other times they’re for people who have been there before. How to Justice teams up with people who have been in your shoes, too.

Latest Posts

What Is A Petition For Writ Of Habeas Corpus?

A petition for writ of habeas corpus is one of the most significant legal ways to get released from prison or other relief.

What Conduct By The Prosecutor Is Allowed During Trial?

A prosecutor’s conduct during trial is governed by rules of evidence and criminal procedure. They also can’t commit prosecutorial misconduct.

What Comes After an Appeal in a Criminal Case?

If you’ve lost on appeal in a criminal case, it might feel like you are out of options. But you’re not. What comes after an appeal?

How Do You Access Court Transcripts From Cases?

If you or a loved one has been convicted of a crime, you may want to access court records and transcripts. It can be easy to do so online.

What Are Your Rights When Pulled Over by Police?

You need to know your rights when you are pulled over by police. Some include the right to remain silent, to refuse a search and to a lawyer.

What Are Your Rights to Use the Legal Library in Prison?

In the United States, many prisons have a legal library. In most cases, you can use the books and other information in this library to help you with any legal matters you may have. But your rights to use the legal library in prison can be a little complicated.

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