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Not everyone has to experience situations in order to later tell about them. Sherral would not wish prison on anyone. Many people wonder what happens to a person when he/she goes to prison. The big screen has never come close to depicting the real horror, humor, and happenings of prison life from a female’s perspective. Sherral has written the ups, downs, and in-betweens of her first year of incarceration. That first year is the most important year of a person’s incarceration. Within that year, she decides whether she will survive the experience or succumb to it. She will decide if she will do the time or if the time will do her. The thin line between sanity and insanity lie within that first year. The pages of Without Parole, Probation, or Suspension of Sentence have captured Sherral’s firsthand account of how that year shaped the remainder of her years of confinement. You may laugh at some parts of her account. You may even cry, but Sherral would like for the reader to experience prison through her eyes, experiences, and encounters.

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