My son is in jsil for the first time and thanks to the kind people at DS, I got him some advice for 'survival in prison' and he is finding the most important tip 'be invisible' to be very difficult because everyone talks to him and he answers back. I send him money for commisary and not many others get anything. Now everywhere he goes they call his name and need/want something, money, food, etc. This is making him nervous. He will be in county till sentencing on Mar. 17th. How can he not repeat his county jail popularity in prison? How does one stay 'invisible'??
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