Female Surrendering to Prison Camp Works with Prison Consultant
In November of 2013, teams of federal law enforcement officials stormed Holli Coulman’s home. She lived in one of the gated communities of Southern California and didn’t have any prior warning that the had become the target of a criminal investigation. In today’s Earning Freedom podcast, Holli helps our listeners understand what it is like to face federal criminal charges for the first time. For example, she learned the high cost of hiring a defense attorney. The entry point for hiring counsel was $50,000—and that was to plead guilty. If Holli would’ve gone to trial, her attorney told her to expect to pay significantly more.
Despite the amount she paid, Holli didn’t feel as if her attorney prepared her well for the challenges to come. She didn’t know anything about what would follow as the government’s investigation advanced. In time, she hired federal prison consultant Justin Paperny, of FederalPrisonAdvice.com. Through Holli’s work with Justin, she was able to develop a strategy that would help her prepare for the 21 month sentence she must serve. Holli is scheduled to surrender to federal prison in less than two months.
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