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Prepare Defendant: Going to Jail or Prison First Time

Attorneys cannot prepare a defendant, for incarceration, who is going to jail or prison for the first time. As a former attorney and inmate, I can offer the practical tips (In English or Spanish) for jail-prison survival. “The 25 Basic Rules of Surviving Prison & Jail,: are based upon my personal experiences, and what I learned from […]

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25 Rules:How To Survive in Prison & Jail

How To Survive in Prison & Jail From a former inmate, criminal attorney and the creator of PrisonPath Every culture has its rules. If you visit another country and violate what is considered appropriate behavior, you may at best, be ignored or, in the worst case scenario, subjected to scorn, ridicule, or violence. Being incarcerated […]

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Government Shutdown–Federal Correctional Officers

Florence Federal Correctional Complex–Photo-www.picswe.com Since December 22, 2018, the Trump government shutdown has left 800,000 federal workers and contract workers without pay. Among the 800,000–federal correctional officers. Federal correctional officers were not furloughed, but are required to work without pay. Eric Young, the head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons Union, told ABC News, “In […]

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