In the opening chapter, an attorney ventures into the women’s wing of Pennsylvania’s Bucks County Correctional Facility on a routine visit to one of her mentally ill, female clients. She learns that her client is in solitary confinement. Although attorneys aren’t usually allowed to visit the solitary confinement area at the back of the prison, on this day, the guard is too busy with another disruptive prisoner and needs help.

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