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Solitary Confinement

On a personal note, my incarceration fortunately involved only a very small taste of solitary imprisonment during my time in the Maryland State prison system. It occurred while I was in transit from one prison to another facility. My prison bus arrived too late at the central transfer point in Jessup, Maryland. It was Friday […]

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Federal Prisons, State Prisons, County Jails, & Inmate Locator

Federal Prisons According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, there are 117 Federal prisons located throughout the United States. The Bureau operates institutions at five different security levels. As of September 2013, the total Federal inmate population is 211,150. In 1989, the Federal prison population was only 58,000. The massive increase in the Federal prison […]

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Prison Path Excerpt: A Snapshot of Prison Life

From Bradley Schwartz, the creator of Prisonpath.com, as part of my sentence, I was incarcerated for fifteen months in the Maryland state prison system. During my journey through the Maryland State prison system, I encountered all types of individuals. I observed indifference, cruelty, and random acts of kindness from inmates and correctional officers. I memorialized […]

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From Ghost Inmates to Felon’s Right to Vote

Prisonpath has posted hundreds of articles since prisonpath.com was launched in September of 2012. Five popular articles discussed various important issues such as felon’s right to vote, true prison stories–the laughing inmate, John Dillinger Syndrome, no more letters for inmates, Martha Reed-the Rosa Parks of prison phone calls, and the ghost inmates of California. All […]

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