Michael Santos is uniquely qualified to assist people who anticipate a possibility of imprisonment.
While serving 26 years in federal prisons of every security level, Michael achieved goals that few would’ve thought possible. Some of those goals include:
- Earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree from accredited universities.
- Publishing books that universities use to educate students on the criminal justice system.
- Married the love of my life and nurtured that marriage through my final decade inside.
- Built a thriving career that allowed me to return society on August 12, 2013 with values, skills, and resources that translate into success.
Those who retain Michael will find an advocate who can help them understand the criminal justice system. He currently works as a lecturer at San Francisco State University, teaching a course titled The Architecture of Imprisonment. In addition, Michael leads programs that help offenders prepare for law-abiding, contributing lives upon release.
Prospective clients should check Michael’s references and credentials. Those who check will find that the depth and breadth of his experience is without equal. Prospective clients also will find that, unlike many charlatans who masquerade as prison experts, Michael is honest and does not sell baseless promises. Michael Santos is uniquely qualified to guide others as they seek strategies to navigate challenges ahead. More importantly, he can teach others steps that will prepare them to return home successfully, as law-abiding, contributing citizens despite their current struggles.