What It Was Like To Be A Sex Offender In Seagoville Federal Prison

On December 10, 2007, I self-surrendered to FCI Seagoville, a low-security federal prison outside of Dallas. To this day, I have dreams about my time in Seagoville and the traumatic personal situations I had to endure. Ironically, it wasn’t so much the sex offense charge that caused me issues. It was my family challenges on the outside that brought me the most pain.

This personal podcast episode is about my personal experience at Seagoville, all 49 months, including 62 days in the SHU, or hole as inmates call it. Parents or loved ones with someone serving time may find this podcast valuable as I touch on what to expect at a low-security federal prison.

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The Outspoken Offender

Helping registered citizens and former inmates move beyond stereotypes and social ostracism.