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Michigan Prison Inmate to Pay for Incarceration Costs after Publishing $150,000 Book Deal

The Michigan Department of Treasury is raking up a debt profile of over $372,000 on a prison inmate who just published a book. Curtis Dawkins, serving a life sentence for robbery and murder earned $150,000 advance payment for publishing a book from prison. Now the Michigan government is dusting up their law books and demanding Read More…

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Report Suggests American Prisoners Read These 5 Books the Most

Being locked behind bars is far from an interesting and soul lifting adventure. It takes a lot of emotional intelligence and perseverance to leave prison as a better person after serving sentence. Reading is one of the few effective ways inmate use to seek solace and develop mentally and emotionally. It is a popular believes Read More…