John Daryl Blouin’s How To Stay Out of Jail In Georgia offers a rarely seen side of the state’s, as well as the nation’s, justice system.
One that is filled with injustice, inconsistencies and corruption; from arrest and conviction to sentencing and parole. Blouin’s portrayal of how the justice system failed him is the foundation of the book. He builds upon it with other examples of similar occurrences, and supports much of it with documented facts. Blouin also uses numerous analogies, metaphors and statistical comparisons to shed light on many of society’s ills.
In addition, the book relies heavily on passages from the Bible to light on many of society’s ills. In addition, the book relies heavily on passages from the Bible to further draw context in situations, and it is also evident that these same passages have guided Blouin through his personal trials. How To Stay Out of Jail In Georgia is not so much about conspiracy theories as it is about harsh realities. The reader should walk away with a new perspective on what he considers justice, and hopefully he will be inspired to act.