You want me on your team because I have mentally and physically survived being incarcerated for 21 years in state and federal prison systems. As the 47th person in the State of Washington to be convicted under the Three Strikes Law,I was the first prisoner in the history of that law to have a victorious decision in my favor. Waiting to be released from the Three Strikes Case, Federal Prosecutors charged and sentenced me under the Armed Career Criminal Act to an additional 15 years.
My perseverance for freedom and education led me to the study of law. Through the life sentence endeavor it taught me to protect myself by filing legal State and U.S. District Court motions, Washington State Court Supplemental Appeals and U.S. Circuit Court Appeals . This gave me the knowledge needed to file my own writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court that was Distributed for Conference on January 9, 2004.
As one of the founding members of a Prison Support Group, we educated over 165 new and young prisoners on how to do time pursuant to the rules and codes of prison life. Realizing there were not any "written" rules or codes to "guide" new prisoners to live and survive in prison I took those rules and codes and compiled them together in my book.
My name is Billy Mulholland and I am the author of Prison Etiquette "The real guide and secret codes to living and surviving in prison".
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