Prison Consultant Prepares White-Collar Offender
Ever wonder about the anxiety of surrendering to prison? In today’s Earning Freedom podcast I speak with David Foley. David was convicted of a white-collar crime for decisions related to his business. Unfortunately, those decisions resulted in prosecutors charging David with federal crimes. After prolonged litigation, David began preparing for prison. He hired Justin Paperny, of Federal Prison Consulting, to prepare him for the challenges ahead. David spoke with me today on the Earning Freedom podcast to talk about how the process has been going.
David said that he wished he had hired a prison consultant much earlier in the process. There was too much that he didn’t know. It wasn’t until he began searching through the Internet that he learned about the work that Justin and I did to prepare offenders for prison. We work with them to prepare for the lowest possible sentence and to help them serve their sentence in the best possible environment.
Like other white-collar offenders who have faced charges for business-related crimes, David didn’t know anything about how a criminal charge would influence his life. A defense attorney helped him navigate the judicial process. Yet white-collar offenders need more. They need to learn about:
- The presentence investigation to understand how the PSI will influence their time in federal prison.
- Some need to learn about the Residential Drug Awareness Program (RDAP) and understand how it can lead to a lower sentence.
- Others need to know about sentence-mitigation strategies, or steps they can take to position themselves for law-abiding lives upon release.
Preparing for life in federal prison requires a commitment of time, energy, and resources. Through my author page at on Amazon I offer a wide selection of inexpensive literature that can help any individual who wants to learn how to prepare for a successful journey through federal prison. Through the Earning Freedom podcast, I offer free material. For those who want personal consulting or sentence-mitigation work, I am available on retainer. Others can learn through our MasterMind program.
David Foley describes how valuable he found working with a Prison Consultant. If you’re facing charges that could expose you to prison time, you should ask yourself whether you want to prepare.
If you’d like to learn strategies to overcome struggle, inquire about our MasterMind group.
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