If the walls in the basement of the law offices of Miley & Brown could talk, oh, what sordid tales they would tell. Just past the foyer of the building, you’ll find a thick iron door that opens to a well-worn stairway down to the solitary confinement cell at one of the first city jails. Yes, there between the fax machines and the private offices are bars of the original jail built in 1908. The tiny concrete room that once housed notorious criminals is now stacked floor to ceiling with old case files. 705 Ross Ave.