Prison consultant: Surrendering to Federal Prison
Authorities began investigating Paul in 2010. He didn’t do anything about it. One year later, authorities indicted Paul for wire fraud. He hired council. The lawyer wooed him for the retainer. Paul paid a substantial fee. The case dragged on for five years, culminating with a 27-month prison term for wire fraud. Paul surrenders to prison in six days—more than five years after he initially learned that he had become a target of a criminal investigation.
Paul and I spoke about the importance of preparing for federal prison. As a prison consultant, I frequently encounter individuals who could’ve made better decisions. The truth, it’s never too early and it’s never too late to begin preparing for the best possible outcome. It’s like the old adage, the best time to plant an oak tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is today.
It’s the same with the criminal justice system. The earlier an individual takes action by educating himself about the journey ahead, the sooner an individual can begin preparing. Paul began his search to educate himself 10 days ago. He hired my partner, Justin Paperny, at Federal Prison Advice. Justin has been coaching him, providing Paul with lesson plans, speaking with him over the phone. Now Paul knows a lot more about the journey ahead.
If you’re facing a challenge from the criminal justice system, you should consider hiring a competent prison consultant. Visit FederalPrisonAdvice.com, or contact me. Justin and I work together. When it comes to prison consulting, sentencing mitigation, or preparing to emerge successfully, we’re the best in the world at what we do.
As a prison consultant, I help those who retain me to prepare. For those who choose to prepare themselves, I offer an abundance of free or inexpensive content on FederalPrisonAdvice.com and MichaelSantos.com.
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