Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to be in jail? Did you ever wonder how you are treated when you are inside and what it is like to associate with other inmates? What are your rights and privileges? What are the facilities and accommodations like? These and many other questions you might have are answered in this ebook. You don't have to be a criminal or commit a crime to go to jail. The author was incarcerated for contempt of court because of being behind in his alimony payments. He kept a daily journal during his stay to document the event. Reading this ebook will prepare you for what you can expect to find if you ever have to go there. This ebook is dedicated toward helping you benefit from the lessons learned by trial and error and to show you some of those tips and techniques that will help a newcomer quickly adjust to the experience of being incarcerated. In addition to finding out some of the do's and don'ts you need to know when dealing with fellow inmates, guards and other personnel, this book will cover such topics as: the booking procedures and types of cells you will occupy, what is expected of you and what privileges you have, what services and facilities are available to you, what the daily routine is, what the rules and regulations are that you have to follow, along with some tips and suggestions to make your life easier while you are there. Being faced with jail is not a happy prospect but just knowing what you will be facing will remove a lot of the apprehension and fears you might have and allow you to make the best of an unpleasant situation during your visit. Get this ebook and learn the details.
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