How Would Your Survive? The Incident, The Arrest, and Jail, a must-have first edition of A. J. Crenshaw, III’s genre crossover text.
“It’s that self-help book that you gotta have tucked away, just in case..”
“..undeniably that book that people are discretely sending to their relatives!”
“..certainly a criminology course study reference for curriculums.”
We are conditioned to take for granted the possibility of being arrested and even sent to jail where people from all social classes and professions (mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters) face the consequence of surviving in contained chaos. But what if it is you, a relative, or a friend that is either blindsided by accusations or is justly called to account for offenses? “How Would You Survive?” confronts our tendencies, and mental and social conditions that keep juvenile treatment and adult correctional facilities thriving, and vividly illustrates a myriad of scenarios and personalities common to the arrest and jail experience that hopefully you or your loved one will never have to navigate.