Written by a Texas inmate trained as a reporter, this book gives practical advice on how inmates live, eat, play, work, and die in the Texas prison system. It spotlights the day-to-day workings of the Texas Department of Criminal Justicewhat's good, what's bad, which programs work and which ones do not, and examines if practice really follows official policy. While the book is meant to be a primer for those with loved ones in prison, it should be required reading for any attorney involved in criminal law.aTexas Lawyer de Novo MagazineA Guide for Family and Friends of Texas Inmates Jorge Antonio Renaud. Fund. Put the inmatea#39;s name and TDCJ number in the blank that says aFora or, if by chance ... Texas prisons give inmates identification cards that are similar to ATM cards. ... If you send money, try to send the same amount the same time of the month.
|Title||:||Behind the Walls|
|Author||:||Jorge Antonio Renaud|
|Publisher||:||University of North Texas Press - 2002|