The definitive guide to surviving incarceration in a federal prison. Federal Prison Handbook teaches individuals facing incarceration, prisoners who are already inside, and their friends and family everything they need to know to protect themselves and their rights. The thorough information has been compiled by an advocate currently serving time at a federal prison. His insider’s view of this unknown world guides inmates through the mental stresses of confinement. Equally as important, he keeps readers physically safe by explaining how to avoid the near-constant conflicts found inside federal prisons.
Importantly, this text provides detailed instructions on how prisoners can protect their rights. The author is a college-educated prisoner who has fought extensively to preserve his rights and the rights of other prisoners. Incarceration can be cruel for prisoners and their loved ones. Know what to expect and make the best of this time by staying safe, remaining safe, and building a life behind bars.
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Christopher Zoukis, now thirty, has been incarcerated since he committed a crime as a high school senior. He has, in that time, earned his Bachelor of Arts and also a sound reputation as an advocate and writer on prison issues. This book is his effort to provide prisoners, their attorneys and family members, and other interested parties with a guide to how the federal prison system works, and how to best navigate through it in order to survive intact, retain one’s physical, mental and spiritual health, and even use the time to educate oneself and grow as a person.
Christopher Zoukis, a PEN American Center award-winning incarcerated writer, is the author of the Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons (Middle Street Publishing, 2017), Prison Education Guide (Prison Legal News Publishing, 2016), and College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons (McFarland & Co., 2014).
Christopher Zoukis can be found online at PrisonerResource.com, PrisonEducation.com, and ChristopherZoukis.com.