The Law Office of Francisco Hernandez Blog

Make Big Bucks In The Tdcj

January 11th, 2019: In my last chapter, I wrote about how the Puppetmasters didn’t take into account where they were going to find all the guards they would need to fill over one hundred prisons. And to this very day

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The Dirty Darrington II

January 4th, 2019: I wish I could have confined the shortcomings of the Dirty Darrington to just one chapter. Alas, it’ll take at least two. We saw last time that laundry, food service, housing, and transportation were utterly inept.

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Have Your Cake And Eat  It Too

December 28th, 2018: I’d written a few chapters ago about our medical department and a nurse that works here, but I also wanted to show how the Texas prison system will steal from the tax payers. The depth of their heartlessness will surprise you, although it comes as no sh

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Stevensons  Little  Shop  Of  Horrors

December 21st, 2018: It used to be that one consoling statement you might hear a condemned prisoner utter as he was cuffed by the bailiff to begin his sentence would be, “Well, at least I can get my teeth fixed.” This was because it was well-known,

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Ten Til Forever

December 14th, 2018: The vistation room in a penitentiary doesn’t follow the same laws of time as the rest of the universe. A two-hour visit passes in the same amount of time as a commercial break on the television, which can be maddening.

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The Dirty Darrington

December 7th, 2018: I’ve been promising to write for some time about the way-station all the inmates in this region of the TDCJ must pass through when either coming or going to Huntsville or, more importantly, the hospital at Galveston.

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Justice Is As Justice Does

November 30th, 2018: Eventually, I’m going to continue with my history of the problems the TDCJ has in keeping its “treatment industrial complex” running, but first I wanted to bring up a few things that have meant a lot to me, like my chapters on executing the innocent

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All This Stuff

November 23rd, 2018: Although I lost everything I owned when I came to prison, I immediately began to accumulate more stuff- the meager bit of personal property that the TDCJ will allow me to have now that I’m incarcerated.

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Shes Back!

November 16th, 2018: This seems like the perfect time to tell you about the day that turned me into a “writ-writer”, or “jailhouse lawyer”. Why? Because one of the authors of one of the worst days of my life has just come back into the picture, and I think it’s time

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Medical Melodrama

November 9th, 2018: Allow me to show you how insane our medical system can be inside the Texas prisons. Back before the David Ruiz lawsuit, when an inmate showed up to the medical department, instead of being seen by

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  • Francisco Hernandez
  • Daniel Hernandez
  • Phillip Hall
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