The Law Office of Francisco Hernandez Blog

A Change Of Plans

January 24th, 2020: By taking the time to choose and learn a different way of life, nothing but your own mind can allow you to fail. As Napolean Hill states,

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Real Talk

January 17th, 2020: If you put the two prison sayings together "What you just said is the absolute truth." & "Believe nothing you here, and only half of what you see.", you can see that a lot of us in here are pretty skeptical about anything other people tell us.

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The Quota System

January 10th, 2020: Is it any wonder the Texas prison system is filled with corruption? It's run by criminals!

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The Forrest in the Trees

December 27th, 2019: One of the volunteers who comes to the Diboll Unit to minister is a woman who is still on parole from a life sentence. something she said the other day really made me think about how blessed I've been while doing my thirteen flat.

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The Midget

December 20th, 2019: As I look back into my memory bank, I've decided to share with you one of the craziest trips I have ever made.

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Bright, Shiny Ideas

December 13th, 2019: Since coming to this privately-run Texas prison, I’ve learned that MTC has built the better mousetrap when it comes to incarceration. And no, I’m not on their salesforce.

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Respite

December 6th, 2019: Due to all of the deaths over the heat in the Texas prison system, T.D.C.J. has been under fire for allowing inmates to be severely tortured to death. So far they have admitted to 23 prisoner deaths due to heat-related causes since 1998.

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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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Proceedings

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