I'm Paralegal Dexter Harmon, which I'm a 2016 graduate from Blackstone Career Institute where I received my paralegal certificate. I've been incarcerated in the Arkansas Department of Corrections since 2012 and during my incarceration I've been striving to educate and rehabilitate myself so that once I'm released I can live a good life and become successful.
I'm from Helena, Arkansas, and lived in Memphis, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Arlington, Texas. I'm seeking friendship from people who are able to see the good in me, even though I've made mistakes in the past. I'm a down-to-earth person that loves to study Civil Law and credit repair laws/techniques, litigate court cases, listen to music, discus politics, and real life events.
You can send me emails by going to www.accesscorrections.com and set up an account, but you must click on share credits and send me an email first, then I’ll be able to respond. My ADC#152483 is needed.
I'm currently trying to develop some strategies to effectively challenge my conviction to possibly get a time reduction and obtain my freedom sooner than expected. I'm not the person that lives in a fantasy world, I like to face reality.
So if you’re interested in getting to know me, than contact me. Stay strong, believe in prayer and have PEACE.