Anyone going into the criminal justice system should learn the value of websites. People that build a website before prison can document the journey.
The Internet did not exist before I started serving my prison term in 1987. That didn’t stop me from working to document the journey. With the advancement of the Internet, we’ve been using technology to help people position themselves for the best possible outcome if they’re going into the criminal justice system.
The video above offers my response to one of our team member’s questions about why I recommend that people build a website before they surrender to prison.
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