Finding work after prison is difficult, not impossible

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  Resources for Finding Employment after Serving Time in Prison For some, finding employment after serving time is extremely challenging. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, federal laws don’t prohibit potential employers from asking about arrests and convictions. However, it’s unlawful to use criminality as the primary reason not to hire you. Several… Read more »

Execution Of Death Row Inmate Stayed to Allow Time For Organ Donation

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Death Row Inmates and Organ Donation   Elizabeth Bagert Carpenter, Attorney at Law    As many of you know, I am an advocate of organ donation due to the many health issues my mother suffered, i.e. liver and kidney failure.  Naturally, this story caught my eye and made me wonder why we do not routinely… Read more »