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** How to Survive in Federal Prison **

Two Parts:Getting Ready for PrisonSurviving in Prison

If you have been sentenced to federal prison, you will become the property
of the Bureau Of Prisons (commonly known as BOP). If you have been given a
federal sentence, then it is likely that you'll be spending several years
behind bars, but if you know what to expect right away, your life in prison
will be much easier. If you want to know how to prepare for federal prison
and how to survive in your new environment, just follow these steps.



Part 1 of 2: Getting Ready for Prison -

1. 1
*Bite your tongue.* If the judge doesn't allow you to self-surrender to the
prison where you have been designated, you will be handed over to the U.S.
Marshal services. Do not speak to a Marshal, or let him overhear a
conversation, about your case or anything else for that matter. Nothing you
can say will make the situation any better and it might even make things
worse: just because you have already been convicted doesn't mean that you
can't be charged with something else.

· Don't ever forget that anything you say can be taken down in evidence
and used against you. So, keep your mouth shut as much


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