Prison Consultant: Speaking with Individual who Overcame Juvenile Justice System
What value does a prison consultant provide? People who don’t have any experience with the criminal justice system sometimes ask that question. They believe that a defense attorney would serve as the solitary ally for an individual who faces criminal charges. In reality, an individual wanting to overcome the challenges that accompany a criminal indictment should prepare. If the journey ahead includes prison as a possibility, then the individual should learn from a prison consultant.
Although the Internet includes a lot of boilerplate information of questionable value, an effective prison consultant will offer more. That information would include:
- How to prepare for the presentence investigation.
- How to position yourself for the lowest possible sentence.
- How to position yourself to serve time in the best possible prison.
Individuals looking for that type of information will find a valuable resource in the self-directed guides available through PrisonProfessor.com. Those who want to invest in a personal prison consultant will find enormous value in working with me. Those who want to listen and learn from individuals who experienced prison will find some value in listening to the free daily podcasts available on MichaelSantos.com. Today I feature Kent Mendoza.
Kent Mendoza tells his inspiring story about creating a life of meaning and relevance while climbing through the juvenile justice system. As an undocumented immigrant, he said that he began living a destructive lifestyle when he was very young. He faced life in prison before he was even old enough to vote. He talks about serving time as a young gang member inside of California’s youth prison system. While in that challenging environment, Kent met his mentor, Scott Budnick.
Scott, a well-known Hollywood film producer, has a passion for improving outcomes of our nation’s juvenile justice system. To further that mission, he launched the Anti Recidivism Coalition. The ARC has been instrumental in changing laws that influence thousands of lives.
Today’s podcast of Kent Mendoza provides insight into the first of two young men who transformed their life while they served time inside of California’s juvenile justice system. Tomorrow we will feature James Anderson.
If these young men can overcome the trauma of spending their adolescent years being locked in cages, just imagine what you can do.
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