The Law Office of Francisco Hernandez Blog


April 15th, 2018: by Kris Pussell They say little babes are meant for holdin’. They say that the eyes can see the truth.

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April 10th, 2018: You might have gotten the impression from the writing so far that everything about being locked up in the TDCJ is just plain rotten. Well, it is. Okay, except for maybe this one thing, and it’s a thing which might surprise you. Since I’ve been locked

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12 1/2 years in Prison

April 5th, 2018: I have 12 ½ years in prison in the State of Texas, and as I’m 
sure everyone will agree, Texas is well—known for their tough
ness on crime.

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April 2nd, 2018: Here’s the second installment of my ongoing saga
 of incarceration in the TDCJ. I’m really not trying to whine.

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March 31st, 2018: Most all of us at one time or another are going to experience a trip to the hospital sometime in our lives, and usually these memories leave some unpleasant memories for us. Note, imagine your worst nightmare of a hospital visit and times that by a hundre

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March 25th, 2018: My job here on the unit is clothing exchanger. What that means is that I work for the laundry department and my specific task is to take dirty clothes and exchange them for 
clean ones every weekday. I REALLY like my job. It doesn’t take up a lot of m

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Building Behemoth 2 by Jay Goodman

March 16th, 2018: As the 1980’s came to an end, Texas by now, was one of the most violent prson systems in our country. Every day, people were being stabbed or killed. Inmates’ families were calling Huntsville and Austin, demanding an

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The Texas Department of Criminal Injustice, by Mike Powers

March 10th, 2018: Every six months, no matter whether it’s needed or not, TDCJ prison units are given a semi-annual shakedown. The way it works is that on a day as close as possible to the 6-month anniversary of the last shakedown, at about 6 AM, an announcement comes ov

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The Bottom Line in Prison, by Mike Powers

March 6th, 2018: Keeping people in prison is an expensive proposition. I’ve seen varying numbers, usually depending on what point of view the providing party is trying to push, but I think the most reliable number is that it

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Super Segregation in Prison, by Jay Goodman

February 28th, 2018: This is part two of the essay I started about the TDCJ’s high-security super segregation units. As I talked about the war between the gangs and all the Violence that was happening, I suspect a lot of you probably thought,

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