Prison Tips


How to Do Time – Parts One to Four

Most lawyers are understandably unable to advise a first-time federal inmate as to what it will be like in prison. Rarely do they ever get beyond an attorney visiting room. In this four-part series of articles, we, the co-authors of “Federal Prison Guidebook,” with the help of Philip S. Wise, retired Bureau of Prisons assistant director of heath services, offer answers to many questions attorneys, their clients, and their clients’ family and friends may have.

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About Alan Ellis
Alan Ellis is a criminal defense lawyer with offices in San Francisco and New York, with 50 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, law professor and federal law clerk. He is a nationally recognized authority in the fields of federal plea bargaining, sentencing, prison matters, appeals, habeas corpus 2255 motions and international criminal law.

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