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Relief for prisoners and their families during these very difficult times due to the Covid-19 pandemic

These are extremely difficult times due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. It is difficult and traumatic for those who have sadly lost loved ones to this horrible virus. A large segment of our population is currently unemployed and worried about providing for their families as well as the uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus.

We are constantly reminded about the importance of social distancing for the sake of others as well as our own well-being. We can easily educate ourselves and follow the guidance from www.cdc.gov and other websites. Unfortunately, the ability for inmates incarcerated in State and Federal prisons to engage in social distancing are limited. Understandably, family and friends of those serving time are worried and concerned.

We are informed that prison jail administrations, at county, state and federal levels, are taking steps to protect those in their custody; however, the ability to protect and strictly follow the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is limited.

There may be cases where early release is warranted for a variety of reasons. Our office is available to provide counsel and representation those who may be seeking relief.

The Law Offices of Bjorn Brunvand have been representing people charged with capital murder, felony drug charges, drunk driving, government fraud, and white-collar crimes for over a quarter century. Contact our office today to discuss your Tampa Bay-area state or federal charges.


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