120 Days In – My Time In Jail. Chapter #15

Juggling the Jenkins

Today was a new day.  The countdown to my release began and it was an incredible feeling.  When I first arrived, there were so many unanswered questions.  I had no clue how anything worked, including court proceedings, so I had to rely on the experience of the other women in regards to what I could expect to happen to me.

The women in there weren’t necessarily what one would consider – reliable, so it was hard to take any advice they had given me to heart.  In the end, things turned out better than I could have hoped and I’m sure, to many, it seemed I got off easy.

At least that’s what Deputy Burns felt, and she made sure to let me know every chance she got.  On the way back from court I had been feeling grateful and relieved.  That all changed when Deputy Burns…

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