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Book Review: Federal Prison: A Comprehensive Survival Guide
By Ann L. Hester
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Federal Prison: A Comprehensive Survival Guide
By Jonathan Richards
SK Enterprises (2012)
If you have clients who are about to begin a federal prison sentence, Jonathan Richards’ book, Federal Prison: A Comprehensive Survival Guide, could alleviate some of their anxiety by providing them and their families with useful information about what to expect from prison life. The book also is a valuable resource for attorneys who would like to be able to answer clients’ questions about prison or who simply want to know more about the conditions clients experience in prison.
Richards is a former federal inmate who served time at a Federal Medical Center (Devens). The book is based on his experiences and those of other inmates. In fact, the book’s appendix includes narratives from several other inmates. While some of the information will be relevant to prisoners serving sentences at any security level, the book will be most helpful to prisoners serving time in a Federal Prison Cam
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