When I saw my parole officer in Oct. 2015 he gave me a paper to sign
Miller, Paul R.
To: The American Prison Writing Archive (APWA)
From: Paul R. Miller, Inmate - LLCC, Ky.
When I saw my parole officer in Oct. 2015 He gave me a paper to sign but didn't tell me what it was. He just said That I needed to sign it.
I later found out that it was a "Waiver of Rights" that I would have never signed if I knew what it was.
Who in thier right mind and knowingly will sign a waiver of rights on two (2) Non-criminal, Non-violent technical violations while having a Life Sentence and in this case it is me.
Why should I face the possibility of spending the rest of my life in prison for technical reasons?
Where is the justice in this?
Paul R. Miller
Inmate - Ky.
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