SECOND CHANCE
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"SECOND CHANCE"
"WOMEN BEHIND BARS"
Published:
8/29/2013
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
188
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-46699-239-9
Print Type:
B/W
HOLLY CLAYTON is a business major, and has a B.S. degree in Teaching. She taught children and adults for many years. She is a widow, and has two children, one son and one daughter, and five grandchildren. She wrote a book on Mary’s life in prison, and why Mary went to prison. Holly believes everyone deserves a second chance. Mary didn’t get a second chance Act, and believed she was treated wrong by the justice system and the prison she went too. She also wrote about her life with her husband and the love they shared together, and the way the end came for her husband and her not being there for him when he needed her the most. Holly also talks about how the justice system is so unfair for the first time non-violet crimes on taxes. Compassion is what the justice system needs, and to look into a person’s file and life, before sentencing to prison. Holly’s concerned with equal justice for all!
Mary was fifty one years old when she went to court on tax fraud. She was sentenced by the judge, four years in prison. Mary had never had a speeding ticket, or ever been in trouble before with the law. Mary is married, and has seven grand-children, and two children of her own, and a stepson. Mary never thought that she would be sentenced to prison for four years, beings she offered to set up payments with the “internal revenue service”. Mary told her attorney that she should set up payments with the “internal revenue service” immediately. Mary’s attorney advised her not too! Her attorney said wait, because when she goes to court she may not even owe money back to the “internal revenue”. Mary was told because she was a 501 ©3 company, and had a contract with the State, that taxes were very serious. Mary has a booming daycare center, and was told by the State she couldn’t be an “administrative sponsor”, unless she sold or got rid of her own daycare center. Mary and George were told it was considered, “conflict of interest. Mary loved her daycare center that she had for fifteen years, but wanted to work at being an, “administrative sponsor, for the child and adult food program for the State”. This way she could travel with her husband George. Mary got the start-up funds for the company, and was ready to start their business. They thought this was a lot to the business, but working together was a dream come true. They thought working together, this business would be successful. Mary and George went to several training programs with the State. All the training programs were to teach you how to fill out an application form. Nothing, laid-out, how to operate the company, and what was expected of them. Mary and George were told to learn by, “trial and error”. The only training that was available for the administrative sponsor’s was how to fill out an application form for the child and adult food program. The trial and error that Mary thought was right put her in prison for four years. Mary and George thought the training program would go over on how the State wanted the books kept for the company, but they did not, and we was told to do the books the way we thought they needed to be done. We were told that everybody’s company books were done different. And you learn by trial and error. Mary and George couldn’t believe the training programs that they attended only covered “how to fill out an application”, for the child and adult food program. This was not proper training to be an administrative sponsor! Mary and George went to several training sessions that the State said we needed to go to. They were told these training sessions would help them to become an administrative sponsor for the State-child and adult food program. Mary and George were told after six training sessions that there were no more to go too. They talked to several different people in the State asking about other training sessions for an administrative sponsorship, besides the application package. They were told the same thing, that no further training on administrative sponsorship were offered at that time, and didn’t know in the near future if it would be offered on additional training.
HOLLY CLAYTON is a business major, and has a B.S. degree in Teaching. She taught children and adults for many years. She is a widow, and has two children, one son and one daughter, and five grandchildren. She wrote a book on Mary’s life in prison, and why Mary went to prison. Holly believes everyone deserves a second chance. Mary didn’t get a second chance Act, and believed she was treated wrong by the justice system and the prison she went too. She also wrote about her life with her husband and the love they shared together, and the way the end came for her husband and her not being there for him when he needed her the most. Holly also talks about how the justice system is so unfair for the first time non-violet crimes on taxes. Compassion is what the justice system needs, and to look into a person’s file and life, before sentencing to prison. Holly’s concerned with equal justice for all!
 
 


 

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