Prison Consultant for White-Collar Offenders:
I may have begun my business as a prison consultant for white-collar offenders. But Miranda McCroskey inspired me to become a podcaster. She and her husband, Bill, produce a popular podcast for lawyers and for those who serve the legal profession. It’s called Lawpreneurradio.com. While listening to Miranda interview one of Orange County’s premier federal white-collar defense attorneys, Diane Bass, I reached out. I had a reason.
Through my website at PrisonProfessor.com, I receive many inquiries from white-collar offenders. They have been charged with crimes like wire fraud, tax fraud, mortgage fraud, securities fraud, or other types of offenses that relate to business. They’ve never faced criminal charges before. Through their research, they come across my work as a prison consultant. When they begin asking questions about the law, I tell them that I’m not a lawyer. Through our discussions, they ask what questions they should ask when hiring a lawyer. Truthfully, I didn’t know the answer.
When I heard Miranda interview Diane Bass, I came up with an idea. I could reach out to white-collar defense attorneys and interview them. I’d ask those attorneys for guidance on what defendants should ask when in the market for a defense attorney. That research led me to Miranda’s work at lawpreneuer.com. I found her to be outstanding resource and mentor. All I would need to become a podcaster was listen and learn from her.
I reached out to Miranda and she graciously invited me to visit her at the Center Club in Costa Mesa. Miranda hosts her show at the elegant business location. We had lunch together. While we ate, I listened as Miranda told me about the methodical steps she took to build such an influential platform. Then she allowed me to watch as she interviewed three lawyers. I felt so impressed and inspired by her skill that I returned to my office that evening and placed an order for all the equipment I would need to start the Earning Freedom podcast.
Miranda appeared as a guest on my show today. I asked her to come for a reason. I know that a lot of the people who listen to my show are without hope. Whether an individual is in prison, or an individual may be going to prison, a person may feel as if there isn’t any light at the other end. But that isn’t true. If I could serve 26 years in federal prison and come out to find mentors like Miranda, then anyone could emerge from struggle and build a better life. It doesn’t matter if an individual was once a CEO who was indicated for securities violations, or if the individual was going to prison for selling weed. There is always a path to a brighter future. In Miranda’s story, those who listen can learn and feel inspired. I trust and admire her. And if a reader is in the market for an attorney, they may reach out to contact Miranda:
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