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  • Walter Scott’s Murder

    Most Americans are shocked at this senseless shooting of an unarmed black man running away from white police officer Michael Slager. Based upon my personal experiences as an inmate, I watched certain correctional officers who were racist and used their authority against inmates who were not white or christian. View more

  • Criminalizing Mental Illness

    United States is addicted to incarceration. We have 25% of the world’s inmates and only 5% of the world’s population. This national crisis is partly caused by the incarceration of many Americans who are mentally ill. View more

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Prison Path Mission: When a first time offender is locked up, the inmate's family is left alone, frightened and confused. Understandably, the family's first priority is to locate their loved one and find out about visitation.Second priority is to find an experienced criminal defence attorney and a knowledgeable bail bondsman. Prison Path's free prison search will provide all of this information and more, at no cost to the user. Family members will be able to find the exact location of their loved one throughout their incarceration, learn the visitation rules for each respective facility, as well as other essential information that the family will need immediately and throughout the term of the inmate's incarceration. During such a stressful time, family members need to be able to access important information in an efficient manner.

Why All Judges Should Spend One Week in a Prison

    Before an individual becomes a judge, it should be required that any future judge be locked up in a prison for one week. I am not suggesting that our future dispenser of justice should be incarcerated with other inmates. The week of incarceration can be in a completely segregated protected unit or in a closed prison. The […]

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Walter Scott’s Murder

America has watched over and over the shocking cell phone video of the murder of Walter Scott in South Carolina by a North Charleston’s police officer. Most Americans are shocked at this senseless shooting of an unarmed black man running away from  white police officer Michael Slager. Officer Slager fired his gun eight times and […]

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Prison Healthcare: A Classic Oxymoron

Many prisons and jails in the United States do not provide even basic healthcare to their inmates. A report by Newsweek about the dangers of prison overcrowding also focused about the total lack of any healthcare in many prisons and jails in our federal, state, and local prison systems. A report by the National Center […]

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Provide Jobs & Housing—-Reduce Recidivism

The public and our legislators are not sympathetic to inmates. The majority of Americans are reluctant to spend any money on individuals who have committed crimes. It is an understandable response. On the other hand, the public and our legislators lament about the high costs of our overcrowded prison system. Many do not understand why […]

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Paroled: First Day Outside of Prison

What really happens to a paroled inmate on his first day outside of prison. In the typical prison movie or television show, a car is waiting outside the prison entrance for the paroled inmate filled with his friends. If not friends, you will see a woman waiting anxiously for her man. The truth is a […]

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4% Recidivism Rate

The national recidivism rate for inmates over 65 is 4%. By comparison, according to the National Bureau of Statistics, About two-thirds (67.8%) of released prisoners were arrested for a new crime within 3 years, and three-quarters (76.6%) were arrested within 5 years. Within 5 years of release, 84.1% of inmates who were age 24 or younger at […]

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