When a person is brought to jail, the standard thought is that the person or offender will be held, tried, and if found guilty… punished. This is said to be the main purpose of a jail. However, there are many other purposes as well that are unstated. Jails are there to hold only the rabble and jails tend to do whatever they need to do to achieve this. First, rabbles are not to be trusted with appearing to court or even staying in jail, so security is important when it comes to building these jails. So, not only are the prisoners’ movement restricted, but it makes it impossible or at least harder for them to escape. Second, rabbles are said that they cannot behave themselves in jail, so these people must be controlled. When punishing, it is said that besides the structure of the building, prisoners are also being punished by the management style of the officers. The public believes that prisoners are disreputable and they need to be treated as such. When a person goes to jail, they suffer in various ways: they experience discomfort, deprivation, loss of mobility, always being in close contact with other strangers, with many of them being threatening or repulsive, and a reduced in health. These people lose their property, their social ties, their capacity to take care of other judicial business, and if they are released suddenly and thrown back into society, they are offered no assistance and are left wandering the city, lost, and with nowhere to go.