The Executive Guide To Prison LifeJoseph Weber
WHITE-COLLAR SURVIVAL manuals abound for stock investors and job-hunters. Why not for convicts? James Tayoun, a former Philadelphia city councilman who served 33 months in the federal pen for bribery and other offenses, has opened a consulting firm to aid prison-bound white-collar crooks. The market is growing. The FBI's white-collar crime program netted roughly 6,000 convictions for felonies and misdemeanors in 1993, up from 4,500 in 1989.
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