The Law Office of Francisco Hernandez Blog

Not Sent to Prison to Die

November 29th, 2019: I want to talk about several things in this chapter that mean a lot to me and every prisoner serving time in T.D.C.J. I have thought a lot about how I can describe the situation that I am wanting to talk about to describe inhumane treatment.

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Budding Abolitionist

November 15th, 2019: In an article from C.U.R.E. (Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants) they advocated for the repeal of the 13th Amendment, not because he endorsed the next round of slavery, but because it allows slavery as a form of penal correction.

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To The Ranking Officers

November 8th, 2019: In my previous chapter I talked a little about the Texas prison system Correctional officers 1-5 or shift guards.

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For All of the T.D.C.J. Guards

November 1st, 2019: It seems to me at times like everyone that works for the Texas prison system is mad, or feels it's their duty to act mad.

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October 25th, 2019: As I look back and think of my past experiences in the Texas prison system, I can not help but wonder why no one has come forward and truly done something that would urge our state officials to make some drastic changes to this corrupt prison system.

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Can’t Do Time

October 18th, 2019: Sadly, I've heard dozens of reports during my incarceration of people who had their time miscalculated and had to jump through all kinds of hoops to get the credit for all of the time they've served.

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Three Dollar Bills

October 11th, 2019: You've read in these very pages that the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's grievance system is a joke, that it doesn't work, that there's never any kind of meaningful change as a result of the grievances filed. It's as legit as a $3 bill.

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The Price

October 4th, 2019: Sometimes I wonder while sitting back and watching all of the madness transpire inside the Texas prison system, if anyone ever really considers what's going to become of the years ahead if there are not some drastic changes made.

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A Diamond In The Dust

September 27th, 2019: As I began today, I’d like to welcome all of our wonderful guests and thank you for coming, but I’d like to especially recognize the mothers among us. I suspect that many sons feel the same way about their moms as I do: that you moms are underapprecia

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Ages In Prison

September 20th, 2019: When I was arrested in 2004, I was 34 years old. A lack of basic medicine and medical care has taken its toll.

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The Attorneys
  • Francisco Hernandez
  • Daniel Hernandez
  • Phillip Hall
  • Rocio Martinez