Discussion Response to students 150+ words each

 Reply to  2 Students as a student do not grade or critique work be curtious and add to conversation 

First reply to Tyler

After being incarcerated for a five-year term for drug distribution the challenges that I would expect to face would be endless. The challenges that I expect to face, would be getting and holding a job because of the incarceration, trying to avoid going back to what got me incarcerated in the first place, dealing with the changes that come from leaving prison to becoming part of society again. All these challenges are small to most, but these small challenges become a main concern when you have been incarcerated. When it comes to gaining and holding a job as one that has been released from prison, it is hard because an employer is not going to want someone like that for many reasons and trying to hold the job would be hard as well once you land a job. It is safe to assume that anyone who has ever been incarcerated upon release wants to try and avoid going back to what got them incarcerated. After being incarcerated it would be easy to go back to the same path and hard to hold down a job because of the money that was being made and no job will pay as much. After release the adjustment back to normal life for many is hard and even for me, I see it being a very big challenge because of labeling and just how big of an impact it can have on a person.
The types of supervision that I would expect to face would be a form of electronic monitoring or intense probation. I would most likely look to be stuck with electronic monitoring because of the reason I was incarcerated this would be a good measure to ensure that while under supervision I do not go back to the old ways without the authorities knowing. I don’t see the intense probation happening but as a drug disturber it could be possible however, I believe it would be the least likely of the two that I would expect, and I could be wrong and not receive either of the two listed. The challenge that would be hard for me personally would be trying to avoid going back to what had got me incarcerated. All the time you hear that many go back to what got them incarcerated especially those with drugs because of the profit that can be made from it if you are not caught. I see this being the hardest challenge because getting a good job would be hard because of the incarceration so trying to avoid going back to the old ways would be hard.

Second reply to Alana

I would expect to face many challenges after being incarcerated for five years on drug distribution charges. I would expect that finding a job would prove to be very difficult. On job applications, they ask if you have ever committed a felony, I would now have to check the box that says yes and now my employment oppurtunities are very limited. Where I used to work they would not even consider you for a job if you had a felony regardless of what it was for.
I would also expect that finding a place to live would be very difficult as some places do not rent to felons and would also be ineligible to get assistance for housing because of the drug charges. Additionally, I would also be ineligible for any time of government assistance e.g. food stamps and TANF. Financial aid to go back to college would also not be available. I think that out of all these obstacles the biggest one I would face is not having somewhere to live and the lack of financial aid for college. All of these challenges are huge but those two would be the biggest for me. 
The conditions of supervision I would expect to face would be electronic monitoring and possibly drug education counseling services that must be completed

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