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by Robert Johnson,Sonia Tabriz,Victor Hassine

Download Life Without Parole: Living and Dying in Prison Today ePub
  • ISBN 0199774056
  • ISBN13 978-0199774050
  • Language English
  • Author Robert Johnson,Sonia Tabriz,Victor Hassine
  • Publisher Oxford University Press; 5 edition (December 17, 2010)
  • Pages 196
  • Formats azw lit rtf mbr
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1319 kb
  • Size Fb2 1327 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 337


This is the one book every student of criminal justice should read. -Stephen C. Richards, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Life Without Parole charts Victor Hassine's sojourn inside America's dystopian prison system.

Victor Hassine Robert Johnson and Sonia Tabriz. In 2008, he died there. Publication Date - December 2010.

Life Without Parole book. In 1981, Victor Hassine went to prison.

Shortly after Hassine graduated from Law School in New York, he was placed into a new home for the rest of his life, Graterford Prison. He was from Egypt and immigrated to New Jersey becoming a naturalized citizen in 1966. In his book, Life without Parole: Living and Dying in Prison Today, Hassine gives insight of the everyday life of being an inmate in a prison today. He threw himself into making prisons have better living conditions for the other inmates and himself.

Life Without Parole : Living and Dying in Prison Today. Victor Hassine; Robert Johnson; Sonia Tabriz.

In 1981, Victor Hassine went to prison.

Victor Hassine, Robert Johnson, Sonia Tabriz. Published in: Business. License: CC License.

Hassine, Victor, 1955-, Graterford State Correctional Institution, Prisoners, Life imprisonment, Prisons. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on August 12, 2015. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Powerful book. You won't look at prison the same after reading Victor Hassine's account of life in the penitentiary.
"Love" is an unfortunate choice, but that's what's available. Disturbing insights into life imprisonment by a talented writer and thinker who ended his own life rather than go on without hope.
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This book, help readers understand the conditions and effect of our correction system past/ present. Victor H describes in a vivid detail what long sentences and the un-humanitarian side of rules and laws that make the prison systems does to a person's mind, thought and hopes. Yes, some of these people are lifer for commiting harsh crimes. Yet, not everyone in prison falls in this category yet it's treated the same as if it was.
Great book on life in prison. Read it for class and enjoyed it. Great way to teach about life in prison.
Talk about gaining a different perspective of life in prison. I read through the entire book in one sitting.
This was an easy read and a good account as to what life in prison is like.
Horrible text's more like a non-fiction book