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Doing Time

Owning Your Crime

The first step toward rehabilitation

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In the process of USDA’s hammering out plea deals with the accused, the government stresses that defendants should “own” their crime. Maybe they feel it’s the first step toward rehabilitation and an indication of their defendant’s maturity.

Hard to say. You’d have to ask them. Whatever the issues which led to my stay at MCC, denial certainly

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Prison is an experience like no other. But with the right frame of mind, you can come out a better person. Stories of spiritual uplifting live here.

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