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Defending your Rights in Prison
The following list contains information for ordering legal manuals and self-help guides for people in prison. The Southern Center for Human Rights does not publish these guides. They are listed here for your information.
This handbook reveals how the Georgia Pardons and Parole Board operates and what information you need to know if you are advocating for your loved one's release.
This handbook was written for families and loved ones of those incarcerated in Georgia's prisons. It explains the hierarchy in the Department of Corrections and how to maneuver within in it as well as appropriate and effective steps to take to resolve your loved one's problems.
Published by the Center for Constitutional Rights, this handbook provides resource for prisoners who wish to file a federal lawsuit addressing poor conditions in prison or abuse by prison staff. It also contains limited general information about the American legal system. This handbook is available for free to anyone: prisoners, families, friends, activists, lawyers and others.
Misdemeanor Probation in Georgia: Know Your Rights Handout
2015 Revisions to Georgia’s Drug Recidivist Law: House Bill 328’s Parole Eligibility Provisions
Stephen Bright’s Course: Capital Punishment: Race, Poverty, & Disadvantage