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Reviewed by Geree McDermott for Readers' Favorite
Convicted of a federal crime and heading to Federal Prison is a horrific prospect, made even more so when the newly convicted person doesn’t know what to expect, but with the aid of Federal Prison Handbook - The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons by Christopher Zoukis, the prisoner can be prepared. Even those with prior experience in federal prison will find Mr. Zoukis’s informative handbook invaluable. Federal Prison Handbook details how inmates can navigate the complexity of federal prison, and outlines the basic rules, procedures, and expectations as well as offering sage advice on everything from legal procedures to how to get a college education, and includes a thorough list of resources for the inmate to utilize. In the extensively researched, well organized, and well written Federal Prison Handbook, Mr. Zoukis also helps family members understand how the federal prison system works and what they need to do to avoid problems within the system.
I am impressed by Christopher Zoukis’s Federal Prison Handbook as well as with the author himself. Christopher Zoukis, currently incarcerated, took advantage of his time in prison to earn a Bachelor degree, and is working toward his MBA. He not only provides support and direction to inmates, but also teaches writing and publishing, as well as writes and publishes books and articles. His goal upon release is to attend law school and become a criminal defense attorney. I have no doubt he will achieve his ambitions. I give Christopher Zoukis’s Federal Prison Handbook - The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons the highest rating.