Are We Really Cleaning Up the Prison Industry in Georgia?
Currently, local and federal authorities in Georgia are on a mission to "clean up" the prisons. The problem is, rather than attacking the private prison industry itself, they are using undercover agents to set up inmates, both inside and out of the prisons. The effect it is having is that the problems persist, employees remain in poverty which the industry booms, while drug guidelines place harsh penalties on inmates that did nothing more than make an introduction for a government informant.
Strongwater & Associates has several open cases regarding this initiative to clean up the prisons in Georgia. The case of Kevin Patterson is just one.
For more information, watch the interview with Jay Strongwater here.