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 inmates, who were imprisoned a considerable part of their lives in various local, state, and federal jails and prisons. In fact, one of my mentors, was not only locked up in the United States, but was also incarcerated in Russia, before coming to the United States.
For $195, we email the 25 Rules to you, and you can use the 25 Rules, as many times as you need, for your clients. Let me know, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send a PayPal invoice to you. The 25 Rules are emailed the same day to you. For rule example:
Rule 1: Don’t Snitch
When, you were in school, no one liked the kid who told on the other kids. In prison, the snitch is likewise looked upon with disgust and anger. Any short term gain from snitching shall be outweighed by the real threat of physical harm and/or death. I knew one inmate who gave information on a regular basis to the correctional guards. He never went outside to the yard or to the gym because of his well-founded concerns over retaliation from other inmates. He was even looked down upon by the correctional guards. One officer even asked for information from him in front of other inmates. I was told by another inmate of many years of experience that in all probability he will be shanked [knifed], before he was released.
For $195, we email the 25 Rules to you, and you can use the 25 Rules, as many times as you need, for your clients. Let us know, and we will send a PayPal invoice to you, and the 25 Rules are emailed same day.