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Going to federal prison can be an incredibly scary experience. As someone whose been there, I want to offer some tips to help you prepare mentally and logistically for doing time. I was locked up for 2 years on a non-violent drug offense, so I learned alot about navigating the system. This article will give you some practical advice to make your bid as smooth as possible.
One of the first things you should do is get your personal affairs in order. This means:
Taking care of this stuff ahead of time will give you peace of mind while locked up and make re-entry easier when you get out.
Your lawyer is your best resource for specifics about your case and what to expect. Some good questions to ask:
The more info you get from your lawyer, the better prepared you’ll be to navigate the system
It’s important to understand the general rules and culture of prison life before you get locked up:
Keeping your head down and doing your time is key. The less waves you make the better.
The daily prison schedule varies but generally looks like:
You’ll get used to the routine but it will feel strange at first. Keep track of time and schedule using a calendar to watch your bid pass.
Don’t assume your sentence is set in stone. There may be options to reduce your time or even overturn your conviction. Some things to research:
Don’t just accept your sentence – look for ways to get out sooner if possible.
Having a routine and staying productive is key to making your time pass quickly and keeping a positive mindset. Here’s some tips:
Idle time leads to depression. Find ways to better yourself and stay occupied.
Having friends and family who support you will make a huge difference. Here’s how to nurture those relationships:
People on the outside can make you feel less alone. Develop that support network.
Don’t wait until the last minute to plan for getting out. Start thinking about it early in your sentence:
Focus on your release from day one. Having a plan eases the transition.
Going to federal prison is scary but preparation and knowledge will help you navigate it. Get your affairs in order, learn the rules, make a schedule, develop a support system, and plan for release. Focus on self-improvement and staying positive. With the right mindset and tools, you can manage your time behind bars and come out better on the other side.
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