Prison Consultant: Supervised Release and Special Parole
If you’ve been charged with a federal crime, you want to talk with a competent prison consultant. I served 26 years in prisons of every security level. While inside, I prepared for a successful return to society in easily verifiable ways. Don’t take my word for it. Check out what the national media has said about my work. You will come away with certainty that I can help you to position to serve the lowest amount of time possible in prison, to serve your sentence in the best possible prison, and to return to society with prospects to resume your life as a successful citizen who lives a meaningful life.
Success after prison doesn’t materialize by accident. In fact, for most people convicted of federal crime, the sanction continues with Supervised Release after prison. In today’s podcast on the Earning Freedom network, I offer insight with regard to what Supervised Release means.
Federal judges typically impose a term of between one year and five years of Supervised Release. That term begins as soon as the individual concludes an obligation to the Bureau of Prisons. Standard conditions apply, and in today’s podcast, I go through the 16 Standard Conditions with a little bit of insight into what they mean. In addition to the 16 Standard Conditions, the judge sometimes imposes specific conditions on individual defendants. If you’ve been sentenced to a federal crime, you can review your judgment order to ascertain the conditions that will apply to you after you conclude your obligation to the Bureau of Prisons.
For those who want more information on Supervised Release, I recommend that you visit PrisonProfessor.com. I offer guidance that will help. If you’d like to position yourself for early termination of Supervised release, as I experienced, then contact me for one-on-one consultations. I’m happy to provide insight to those who retain me as a prison consultant.
I wish you success through the journey.
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