Prison PenPal Joseph Lemar

Joseph Lemar

Joseph is 47 and incarcerated in the US (LA).

Meet JosephBlog by JosephMore about JosephContact InformationSentence Information

Hey! Thanks for checking out my profile. I hope/pray you’re doing exceedingly well physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. I’m kind of doing okay within this lonely, dark abyss – trying to find the positive inside everything and everybody. Doing things that add to life by turning negatives into positives.

This is kind of awkward to say without sounding boastful, but I’m an open-minded/hearted brother, non-judgmental, who went through a very hard, foolish, and error-filled transformation into being a better man with character, integrity, and understanding. I’m a family man without kids of my own. I am loyal and an idealist – a man who CAN, not a man who can’t. I’m of athletic build. I take care of my mind, body and soul. I love reading and have visions of one day becoming an entrepreneur.

I’d very much like to use the lessons of my childhood years to help another person learn and grow.

I’m seeking correspondence and friendships with those who truly believe in giving a person like me a second chance.

(And adults are their guides!)

We invest our heart, mind, body and soul into raising our children to be better humans than we are. However, they tend to identify with the things that inspire their hearts, minds and curiosity.

We all, including kids, occasionally make mistakes and poor choices during our lives. Hopefully, we learn and grow from our mistakes, but wouldn’t it be better to learn from other people’s mistakes instead of our own?

We all grew up on different sides of the street. My story is: I grew up in the South Side of Baton Rouge, an African-American living in poverty. While in middle school, I discovered I could gain things and respect by being the school bully. I dropped out of school to become a street pharmacist. Then I became addicted to the attention of street fame.

To inner city/at risk youth workers:
Hindsight/insight regarding my life have taught me a great many lessons, many of which likely cannot be seen through the eyes of another. I’m still learning even today. As an inner city/at risk youth myself, I lived by the “code of the street,” which involves struggles that cannot be understood by someone who hasn’t experienced them.

I am willing and eager to help them by sharing with you any or all of the experiences I’ve had to help you gain deeper insight into the thinking and problems faced by the youth with whom you are working.

Date of Birth: 12/09/1976 (47 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: Black or African American
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 5 ft. 9 in.
Body Type: Athletic
Hometown: Baton Rouge, Louisiana (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Unitarian-Universalist
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius

Profile will end on: 10/20/2025

joseph Lemar Jr. #383853

David Wade Correctional Center
670 Bell Hill Rd.
Homer, LA. 71040

Some correctional facilities may contract with private companies located in a different state to receive and process their incoming mail. Visit our FAQ for more information on the matter.

@ Prison Email System: JPay

Some facilities do not allow outgoing emails.
Make sure to always include your mailing address in your first email.

Willing to write abroad: Yes

Click here and find out precious information about mail regulations, email systems, money deposits, telephone calls, packages, visits and much more!

You must be at least 18 years old and have read our Terms of Service before contacting an inmate.

Incarcerated Since: 1996
Sentence Received: Life Without Parole
Earliest Release: N/A

Click here to see the conviction(s)

Second Degree Murder

All information disclosed in this profile was submitted by the inmate and verified by Wire of Hope to the best extent possible with the search engines available online. The list of convictions disclosed in this profile does not reflect the entire criminal history of the inmate; only the conviction(s) for the current incarceration. To verify and/or get more information about the inmate’s offenses, feel free to use the inmate locators online or to reach out to their prison administration (more information here). Further details about criminal cases can sometimes be found on Google (enter the name of the inmate with their location).
Click here to read Wire of Hope’s precautionary measures for engaging in correspondence.