Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Jail!! An Inmates Survival Guide

"It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope."
-- Robert Francis Kennedy

This particular post is to present some material from my website promoting the booklet titled “Jail – An Inmates Survival Guide.” It was written based on my experiences when I was incarcerated on January 6,2006 for a three-week stay in the Palm Beach County (FL) detention center. My goal in writing it was to reveal more of the injustices you can expect from our judicial system and the adverse conditions to which you can be exposed in jail.

The following is taken from the webpage:

Do you want to know what to expect when you are incarcerated? Let someone who has been there give you the lowdown. It will help you prepare for the ordeal and provide an insight as to what really goes on inside the jail where individuals held in contempt of court are held..

Bill Cabana was found guilty for the civil misdemeanor "crime" of not having any assets and not being able to pay lifetime alimony from his small Social Security check. The opposing West Palm Beach attorney (named Cathy Kamber) misrepresented many facts in attempting to falsely prove that my Mother was using her retirement bank account to hide my non-existent assets.

Attorneys like her relish lying to the court in an attempt to make the man look like a scumbag. Attorney's like her are what gives a bad name to other hard-working ethical attorneys who obey the rules of the court. Her violations of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure have earned her a future review by the Florida Bar Association.

However, going to court can be a scary thing to anyone whose only exposure to incarceration has been when they watched movies depicting the goings on in some of the jails. Not knowing what is going to happen or what you will encounter can be a daunting thing to you. It was to me and that is why I wrote the booklet. It is hoped the booklet will prepare you for the experience and give you some insight as to how to endure your stay. I know it was a far cry from what I had envisioned it would be.

Your stay will not be the most comfortable one you have ever had, but there are ways to make it workable; ways to get in step with the other inmates; and ways to work with the items at your disposal. And, let me say right now that they don't give you much to work with.

Read this e-book report and find out what worked for me and how it might do the same for you. The report is based on a true story and the events that really happened. See the Sheriff's booking record.

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