Prison Consultant: Be the Change You Want to See!
Although I work with individuals and law firms as a prison consultant, I have other responsibilities. In today’s podcast, I provide insight on some of those responsibilities for a reason. I am determined to show individuals who’ve been traumatized by a criminal charge that they can rebrand themselves. It’s never too late and it’s never too early to begin sowing seeds for a better life. Those in search of a prison consultant do not have such optimism at the outset.
When the government indicts people for business-related crimes like fraud or tax-related offenses, the defendants can lose their sense of balance. They’ve built careers as law-abiding citizens and a criminal indictment totally derails them. The defendants hire a defense attorney to help them through the judicial process. When it becomes clear that prison can become a possibility, their research sometimes leads them to my work as a prison consultant.
In addition to assisting with their preparation for prison, I help them prepare for the presentence investigation report (PSI), I help them understand the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP), and I help them understand sentence-mitigation strategies. Ultimately, the objective is to position the defendant for a successful journey. Defendants retain me to help them serve the lowest possible sentence in the best possible environment. Those who cannot afford to retain me for one-on-one consultations can always benefit from the lesson plans available through PrisonProfessor.com, or they may listen to the free podcasts available on Earning Freedom.
Through all of this work, defendants should see that there is life after a criminal indictment. The totality of my work should inspire anyone who faces time in prison. While serving multiple decades in prisons of every security level, I created opportunities to leave a meaningful, relevant life. Those strategies empowered me to continue a life of relevance upon my release. In today’s podcast, I provide some brief insight showing what I’m doing now. If a man can emerge successfully after serving 26 years in prison, just think what you can do!
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