Show up drunk: Indictments spotlight prison rehab scams

Associated PressHOLD FOR STORY BY DAVE COLLINS --- FILE - In this March 21, 2006 file photo, former Enron Treasurer Ben Glisan, Jr., arrives at the federal courthouse in Houston. Glisan was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty in 2003 in the Enron fraud scandal, but shaved 18 months off the sentence through good behavior and a drug treatment program, joking how easy it was to get into the program while testifying during the fraud trial. Criminal indictments in Connecticut have exposed shady dealings in the largely unregulated industry of "prison consultants,"Criminal indictments in Connecticut have exposed shady dealings in the largely unregulated industry of "prison consultants," including some accused of coaching ineligible inmates how to lie their way into substance abuse programs. (APPhoto/David J. Phillip, File)