Every time a hurricane hits, there is extensive damage to properties. People’s livelihoods are greatly affected. It may take several years for them to get back on their feet. In regards to prison loved ones, there’s even more suffering as they wait, wonder and worry about their incarcerated family and friends. During a hurricane, many […]
Renee Patterson writes prison stories, prison news and famous prisoners’ bios. She’s a prison daughter, prison sister and prison cousin. Renee has published eBooks about prison wives, prison fiances, prison husbands, prison kids, prison parents and other prison loved ones. She currently writes news for the Prison Rideshare Network related to the injustices within the CDCR prison system.
One thing I know for sure, is that it is definitely not easy being a #PrisonDaughter. This is especially true when you’re the adult daughter of a prisoner. In my case, the inmate is my mom. She was arrested in February 2004. At the time, it was the hardest day of my life. The Lives […]
Erika Rocha and Shaylene “Blue” Graves both committed suicide at CIW this year. Why are there so many suicides at CIW, and what can be done about it? CORONA, Calif. – June 8, 2016 – PRLog — There has been yet another suicide reported at the Correctional Institute for Women in Corona, CA, otherwise known […]
Image Credit: oddstuffmagazine.com Last month, I received an email from a prison wife named Jess D. She was extremely nervous about an upcoming 24-hour prison visit her and her daughter had been granted to spend time with her locked up husband. Jess D’s story is like that of numerous other prison wives who found themselves […]
My true story has been published in an ebook. It was written by Renee Patterson, who did a wonderful job of telling my story exactly how I wanted it told. It you’re interested in reading my true life prion love story, you can download the ebook “Another Sappy Love Story – Full Circle Prison Love” […]
Here the actual facts behind the law Zimmerman is hiding behind. It’s called the Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law.Listen to the audio clip below for details. Renee Patterson WritesRenee Patterson writes prison stories, prison news and famous prisoners’ bios. She’s a prison daughter, prison sister and prison cousin. Renee has published eBooks about prison wives, […]
I only agreed for Granny’s sake. After all, why would I want to see my mother? I’d only visited her a few times since she’d gone to prison and each time I’d left with a quiver of unease in my bones. I didn’t see how this time could be any different. With Granny at my […]
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (A.K.A. CDCR Prisons) began transferring low level prisoners to various CA county jails Monday before last. These CA prisoners are soon to be released from prison, possibly in the next couple of months.
Rumor has it that in the next weeks, others who qualify for the CA Early Release Program, but have done too much prison time to be released immediately, will soon be transferred to various state prisons that will become pre-release centers. These prisons are supposed to focus on helping these prisoners slowly transition back into the free world.
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Want to know how all of this affects the future of me and my fiance? I wrote all about in my blog post entitled, “CA Prisoners Started Being Transferred to CA County Jails.” Check it out.
Read more about steps being taken towards the CA Prison Realignment Process: California Prisoners Started Moving to County Jails
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In exactly 12 days, the CDCR prison system will begin releasing low-level prison inmates and state prisoners to the custody of various California county jail systems. These changes are due to begin on October 1, 2011 as one of many efforts to help the prison overcrowding problem in our state. What This Could Mean to […]