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Old 05-15-2010, 12:43 AM
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well, if you've never talked to yourself, here's your chance

my brother did federal and state time for running drugs, namely marijuana. He served time in Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and in a federal facility in MN. He also had a run in with the UCMJ when he was in the Army which, after much wrangling, resulted in a general discharge with no time. He's out, but with occasional stints in county for alcohol related offenses.

A number of years ago, I took care of a 15 year old boy for a year. As an adult, he killed somebody and is now doing life without in TN. He's still my friend, and still a good person.

My personal experience with the prison system is as an attorney. I'm licensed in Illinois, inactive in Iowa. I was a rural ham and egger and most of my practice was criminal and quasi criminal (delinquencies, probation violations, civil commitments, etc). I'm currently in MA, where I may or may not try for a license. No, I've never represented my brother.

With a little luck, I'll be able to contribute something of value around here.
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Welcome to PTO! Thank you for your kind offer of support. The purpose of the PTO community is Prisoner & Family/Friend Support, Information and Assistance. PTO is a non-judgmental-supportive site for inmates, ex-inmates, Inmate family-members and loved-ones who are dealing with the Department of Corrections and the legal system. I see that you are finding your way around the Forum Index, that's great. I'm glad you found us.
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I did a conciderale amount of time in the mass. prison system.I went through worchester county jail to concord state prison to suza-baracowski and then walpole.As a certified STG they were all 23hour lock-down.Mass has alot of adjusting to do in its system.Good luck with you all though and and help in info i can do i will
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well, if you've never talked to yourself, here's your chance

my brother did federal and state time for running drugs, namely marijuana. He served time in Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and in a federal facility in MN. He also had a run in with the UCMJ when he was in the Army which, after much wrangling, resulted in a general discharge with no time. He's out, but with occasional stints in county for alcohol related offenses.

A number of years ago, I took care of a 15 year old boy for a year. As an adult, he killed somebody and is now doing life without in TN. He's still my friend, and still a good person.

My personal experience with the prison system is as an attorney. I'm licensed in Illinois, inactive in Iowa. I was a rural ham and egger and most of my practice was criminal and quasi criminal (delinquencies, probation violations, civil commitments, etc). I'm currently in MA, where I may or may not try for a license. No, I've never represented my brother.

With a little luck, I'll be able to contribute something of value around here.
Do u know about MASS appeals for drug convictions
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well, if you've never talked to yourself, here's your chance

my brother did federal and state time for running drugs, namely marijuana. He served time in Texas, Colorado, Iowa, and Wisconsin, and in a federal facility in MN. He also had a run in with the UCMJ when he was in the Army which, after much wrangling, resulted in a general discharge with no time. He's out, but with occasional stints in county for alcohol related offenses.

A number of years ago, I took care of a 15 year old boy for a year. As an adult, he killed somebody and is now doing life without in TN. He's still my friend, and still a good person.

My personal experience with the prison system is as an attorney. I'm licensed in Illinois, inactive in Iowa. I was a rural ham and egger and most of my practice was criminal and quasi criminal (delinquencies, probation violations, civil commitments, etc). I'm currently in MA, where I may or may not try for a license. No, I've never represented my brother.

With a little luck, I'll be able to contribute something of value around here.
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