Prison Consultant: Beth Prepares for Prison
Beth is a married, 45-year old woman who built her career working for a technology company. She worked with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies. Complications in her personal life led to her crossing a line that brought severe consequences. Prosecutors targeted her. She pleaded guilty to wire fraud. Now, she prepares for a sentencing hearing and her eventual time in federal prison.
Hiring a Prison Consultant
Beth tried to gather information from her defense attorney about what she could expect from the journey ahead. When her defense attorney couldn’t respond to her questions, Beth began doing some research. She found Federal Prison Advice. After several conversations with Justin Paperny, Beth hired him to serve as her prison consultant.
Beth said that Justin succeeded in providing her with precisely what she needed. She was emotional, traumatized by the entire process of being charged with a serious crime. She didn’t understand what was ahead. The unknowing caused enormous amounts of stress.
Like many defense attorneys, the man who represented Beth was remiss in preparing her. She didn’t know anything about the all-important presentence investigation report (PSI). The PSI, sometimes known as the PSR, has enormous implications. Few defense attorneys understand the influence this document has on the prison experience.
When Beth retained Justin to work with her, they began preparing a strategy to amend the initial PSI. Fortunately, they succeeded in making the necessary changes and Beth is in a much better position as she waits for her sentencing date.
Beth said that she participates in regularly scheduled phone calls with Justin. She is determined to position herself to serve the lowest possible sentence, and together they’re working on a sentencing narrative. Beth understands that more complications await her after the sentencing hearing. But as a consequence of working with a trustworthy prison consultant, she feels as if she is in a much better position to succeed through prison.
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