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    Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Sol Wachtler Ê 2 Summary I didn't think I wanted to read this book but it was the only non religious prison memoir on the shelves at my local library and so I picked it up In getting to know Sol Wachtler I have learned a tremendous amount about the federal prison system the responsibilities of a Chief Judge and the remarkable character that is Judge Wachtler He made a big mistake in 1991 influenced by prescription drugs and manic depression an

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Sol Wachtler Ê 2 Summary Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir This book caught my eye as I was penning a dark and gritty prison novel To lend my sordid tale the proper musky stench of verisimili

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Repeatedly refusing to excuse his own conduct which landed him in prison perhaps unjustly at least to which prison he was sent Judge

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir i picked this up because i read about judge w's bizarre case in another book how to become a scandal by laura kipnis it involved him making up

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir Great insights into the prison system from someone who has knowledge than your average convict Some reviewers said he's arrogant nah he's not He does describe what thought processes of mania are like though Clearly if his mania is taken as arrogance then the reviewer doesn't understand bipolar disorder Bipolar wreaks havoc on a person's life This was a very well done insight into the world of bipolar disorder

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Intense account of Judge Wachtler's imprisonment after stalking ex mistress Provides a hard look at the justice system thought provoking Lots of fun characters in prison also lots of sad cases many drug related prisoners wlong sentences that just aren't right Too much bragging about the glory days for the Judge but then again who can blame hima long hard descent Some very humorous scenes too surprisingly

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Sol Wachtler Ê 2 Summary A diary of a very prominent and respected judge who managed to get himself arrested convicted and imprisoned He explains how it happened and th

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    Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Sol Wachtler Ê 2 Summary PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] A judge goes off the rails and ends up in prison writing a memoir about what his life was like behind bars Very interesting this book shows how harsh the American prison system is and brings to light why mandatory minimums are a bad ideaThe “

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] Sol Wachtler Ê 2 Summary Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler This book is very realistic It will make you look differently at our federal prison system

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    PDF NEW [After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir] I remember when Wachtler fell from grace I could relate to uite a bit in this book

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After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir Characters é 2 Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir After The Madness Poem by gershon hepner He gave the book the title “After the Madness” What happens after isn’t laughter but sadness He had a title once and power begrudging towards the men at whom he’d glower while judging Now he has done removed and idle time his life has gained a supertitle crime Although religion talks about redemption He will not have you should not doubt exemption from doom society leschartscom After The Madness Ultimate AFTER THE MADNESS ULTIMATE CHILLOUT DANCE CLASSICS ALBUM Anne CD Universal be TRACKS CD Universal UMG be EAN Madilyn Bailey Titanium Daughter Get Lucky Live at the BBC Kygo feat Conrad Firestone Live Acoustic Version Broiler feat Ravvel Wild Eyes Live at Music Swedish After the madness edition | Open Library After the Madness by Sol Wachtler Random House edition in English st ed Sarah Banner Song After The Madness Acoustic Listen to After The Madness Acoustic Version by Sarah Banner on Broadjamcom After the Madness A Judge's Own Prison Memoir After the Madness A Judge's Own Prison Memoir Sol Wachtler Random House Social Science pages Reviews In the course of a year Sol Wachtler went from being New York's top judge to the very bottom of the criminal justice system assigned to solitary confinement in a federal prison Poignant gripping and unflinching in its honesty Wachtler's memoir is a warning from After The Madness Athlete Network After The Madness Jamie Suire Staff Kurt a David EMMY Award Winning TV Host Bestselling Author Keynote Speaker Glory Days Productions LLC As we complete another coveted March Madness and NCAA Basketball Championship I thought I'd share some revealing stats about these college players after the final horn Of the approximately Division I college basketball programs After The Madness Workshop B | Pitch Wars Welcome to After the Madness Workshop Shelley Watters Erica Chapman the writers at YAtopia and myself will critiue the first words of two brave writers’ manuscripts per day for the next seven to eight days There are four blogs joining in to offer up suggestions Click on my partners’ sites in my sidebar to view the other critiues Best Read Sol Wachtler ☆ After the Madness. This book caught my eye as I was penning a dark and gritty prison novel To lend my sordid tale the proper musky stench of verisimilitude I sought insight into the world of shower rapes gang violence murder mayhem wasted lives abject despair and nasty jagged homemade shanks to the jugular Little did I suspect it would be so knee slappingly hilariousIt might well be the funniest prison themed book ever Except maybe for mine but I wouldn t trust me on that point because I m probably extremely biased and shamelessly dishonest too But although this is pee your pants funny it doesn t for a moment suggest that prison is a laughing matter Even as I was chuckling merrily away I was nevertheless shocked and horrified scared even straighter than I was before and vowed to cancel my backup plan for pursuing a life of crime when my book fell spectacularly short of its ambitions to be a bestseller That s a tough trick Judge Wachtler pulled off taking on a deathly serious subject and treating it with humor without crossing the line to belittling and mocking something that we as a society ought to think a lot seriously about Such is the state of our penal system And Wachtler is ualified than just about anyone to opine having become intimately familiar with both sides of that ugly but inevitable institution There always has been and always will be crime in human societies and we will always need some type of system to deter it most likely including incarcerating at least some proportion of our citizenry But if your country locks up a larger percentage of its citizens than any other nation on the face of the Earth as the US does and yet still has rates of crime and murder that could hold their own with any lawless third world uagmire run by drug gangs and warlords in your face Somalia then you re doing something wrong Your strategy isn t working very wellIn the course of my research I read dozens of other books and probably hundreds of articles and blog posts written by past and present prisoners guards attorneys politicians sociologists and crime statisticians I visited a couple of prisons spoke with some of the inmates and interviewed both a former prison staffer and an ex con who d spent a few years up the river All these sources painted a similar ugly blood and semen stained picture of an utterly broken system in desperate need of fixing not only for the sake of the many individuals who don t deserve to be caged alongside the ones who actually belong there but for all of us on the outside who though we need not worry adversely about being shivved the next time we shower are still affected by this spectacularly dysfunctional systemNone of those other sources was nearly as enjoyable as this book though I have seldom been so entertained reading about something so horrible I m inspired to follow in his footsteps and maybe present a hilarious collection of Holocaust jokes So a crippled feminist with AIDS stumbles into a concentration camp Hisses and crickets Angry angry cricketsOoh tough crowd See I told you it s tough to pull off humor under these circumstances Check this out to see it done extremely well And of course you had to expect at least a little shameless self promotion so here s my prison novel here

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After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir Characters é 2 Read Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ê Sol Wachtler Review After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir || After the Madness Driving down the Long Island Expressway in November of Sol Wachtler was New York s Chief Judge and heir apparent to the New York Governorship Suddenly three van loads of FBI agents swerved in f After the Madness Sol Wachtler Primary Menu Search for After the Madness After the Madness Jul AM Sol Wachtler After the Madness Driving down the Long Island After The Madness Workshop B | Pitch Wars Welcome to day three of After the Madness Workshop Shelley Watters Erica Chapman the writers at YAtopia and myself will critiue the first words of two brave writers’ manuscripts per day for the next seven to eight days There are four blogs joining in to offer up suggestions Click on my partners’ sites in my sidebar to view the other critiues And next up is B Melanie Madness Before and After | Skycom After The Madness mp buy full tracklist After The Madness Tweet Release date uality Kbitssec Tracks Duration Genre Pop Whole album purchase discount % Buy album for Bitrate uality mp Titanium Madilyn Bailey Get Lucky Live At The BBC Daughter Firestone Live Acoustic Version Kygo Conrad Sewell Wild Eyes Live At AFTER THE MADNESS by Sol Wachtler | Kirkus AFTER THE MADNESS A Judge's Own Prison Memoir by Sol Wachtler BUY NOW FROM BARNES NOBLE GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS Email Address Subscribe Tweet KIRKUS REVIEW By turns absorbing self pitying and intentionally and unintentionally amusing former New York State chief judge Wachtler's memoir recounts a journey through hell a prison term for charges After The Madness Athlete Network After The Madness Jamie Suire Staff Kurt a David EMMY Award Winning TV Host Bestselling Author Keynote Speaker Glory Days Productions LLC As we complete another coveted March Madness and NCAA Basketball Championship I thought I'd share some revealing stats about these college players after the final horn Of the approximately Division I college basketball programs After The Madness Workshop B | Pitch Wars Welcome to day three of After the Madness Workshop Shelley Watters Erica Chapman the writers at YAtopia and myself will critiue the first words of two brave writers’ manuscripts per day for the next seven to eight day. i picked this up because i read about judge w s bizarre case in another book how to become a scandal by laura kipnis it involved him making up all these strange characters and dressing like them whilst stalking his extramarital lover who dumped him for another man i was fascinated this book is interesting and explains his motives a little to the point where it almost makes sense why he did what he did the book s a kinda standard privileged white guy goes to prison and is shocked to learn what its like to be endlessly disrespected like everyone else in the world the prison system is fucked narrative but it s interesting to hear about it from someone who has such a detailed knowledge of the judicial system from an insiders perspective and it s unintentionally hilarious when this 60 soething straightlaced judge learns words like homey from his new friends in prison and uses them

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A diary of a very prominent and respected judge who managed to get himself arrested convicted and imprisoned He explains how it happened and then after a brief introductory narrative his diary begins His diary entries chronicle events and thoughts during a prison stay in 2 federal facilities He explains they were not Club Fed camps but actual prisons with medical facilities His diary entries describe many varied experiences from getting his hair frozen after a shower he had to walk outside during a Minnesota winter to getting family and professional colleague visitors including a US Supreme Court Justice who gives him a hug and being kept in solitary confinement on occasion He describes people he met in prison and tells little stories about them and their biographies and some of the procedural history which led them to become incarcerated with him He tells of being confronted by 3 large menacing black dudes and being told that HE was the one who put their daddy in prison When he wonders out loud if that were possible since he was mostly an appeals and not a trial judge they all three bust out laughing at their prank He describes breaking 4 ribs tripping on a gopher hole when involved with a 6 foot tall Chippewa chief who does not like being called Sioux He has a chapter on meeting organized crime bosses in the pen and has some history on several Mafia families which he remembers from his career as a judge He has uite a few insights about public policy which he explains he could not have reached if he had remained a judge on the outside He feels he has a lot to offer perhaps as a teacher or lecturer and when he is released he is at first welcomed at a college as a teacher but then told they cannot allow him to continue so he finds that his employment and career options have become severely limited as a result of his conviction and incarceration He does take responsibility for his errors and other than a little initial whining about how his accuser could have just come to him directly with her complaints instead of going to the FBI He admits in his madness he demanded extortion money which he did not need from her using a fictitious identity hoping that she would turn to him again for help He had previously had an extramarital affair with her but then he broke it off He also complains that the prosecutor made a big media show of his arrest to aggrandize his own career which he explains is actually par for the course a form of judicial trophy hunting to mix metaphors Eventually on the outside he starts an ADR alternate dispute resolution type of business with some colleagues so that he is involved in arbitration and mediation for private parties who have agreed to avoid civil litigation This seems like a very intelligent and best outcome for him after a hellacious ordeal for everyone His comments about public policy on non violent drug related first time offenders have the voice of experience from the bench and now the cell and many people agree with that now although perhaps at the time this book was written such an opinion was perhaps rather novel and interesting coming from a judge who explains his previous naivete contrasts with the anecdotal stories he has since acuired as an inmate When I first started reading I commented Just started reading book AFTER THE MADNESS a judge s own prison memoir by Sol Wachtler From the very first few pages the former New York state chief judge describes weaving a complex web of deceptive pretenses fake letters from invented fictitious bogeyman etc in a vain attempt to manipulate a younger female relative with whom he had previously been having an extramarital affair I see how those efforts were what are called indirect alternatives to obtaining a goal Indeed contact with the lady was in service of personal goals and needs which were not inextricably linked to her involvement ie he could have figured out a way of meeting those needs without harassing her So all of the machinations and manipulations described in the book are from the start looking to me to be tragically misguided and unnecessary Let us all resolve to figure out what we basically truly need and to figure out how to get it with as little fuss bother and annoyance of others This is called a direct alternative When a person decides to manipulate others as a path to obtaining what they think they need they lose their own freedom they make the path to happiness unnecessarily difficult inefficient indirect because it depends on actions and persuasion or manipulation of others Choose the easier direct path if you can find one or figure one out You will be glad you did HOW I FOUND FREEDOM IN AN UNFREE WORLD by Harry Browne

  • Hardcover
  • 369
  • After the Madness:: A Judge's Own Prison Memoir
  • Sol Wachtler
  • en
  • 11 September 2019
  • 9780679456537