RDAP Drug Program
A 500-hour, highly specialized program that can get you out of prison up to 18 months early!
If you think your federal prosecution was “terrifying”, wait until you get to federal prison. This is where the real “nightmare” starts! Your attorney left you the day of your sentencing; you have no one to talk to, no one to help you. All those details you thought you paid your attorney to take care of you find out were not taken care of at all. He said you would get into the RDAP Program, but now you learn you are not eligible—you just don’t meet the criteria. You are desperate and caught in this horrifying situation. The eighteen months off your prison sentence you thought you were going to get you will not get. You are doomed. Don’t let this happen to you! You need the right prison consultant and you need him right now! Not when you get in prison, but now, before your sentencing, before your PSI interview, NOW!
We have inmates call and email us all the time. They always say, “If I only knew about you before I got here things would be so different,” or “I wish I had called you before, but can you help me now?” The good news is that you do know about us now and you have the opportunity to make the right choice. That right choice is calling us now so you will meet the criteria for the RDAP Program and get the RDAP sentence reduction and get home to your family up to 18 months sooner. That is what you need to concentrate on, that is why you call us NOW!
The federal government currently has a 97% guilty plea rate in federal criminal cases.
Federal prosecutors have over a 75% conviction rate following trial, and 91% of all federal criminal defendants receive a prison sentence. Isn’t it time you even up the odds and get a Sentence Reduction Program from a Federal Prison Consultant who knows the programs, laws, and the BOP. We are that Consulting company!
We'll help you take the proper steps to qualify:
PSI Interview Preparation
Review and Know the Eligibility Criteria
Let us find Collateral Documentation
Expert assistance to our clients for their successful admission and participation
Don’t be fooled by those companies who “guarantee” you time off or its FREE, there is always a catch. Did your attorney “guarantee” you a certain sentence or any time off? Of course not! Honest and reputable prison consultants will not either. Why, because we cannot “guarantee” your actions in prison or the actions of those inmates around you. If you get into trouble, it will hurt your programs. As I say to all my potential clients and their families, “If anyone, either an attorney or consultant, ever guarantees you anything in prison, turn around and run as fast as you can away from them, because they are just downright lying to you!” That is a fact!
Since the RDAP program is so competitive and in such high demand, our staff diligently reviews the client’s personal and family history in respect to substance abuse, both drug and alcohol.
We know the exact criteria that the Bureau of Prisons’ drug abuse specialist is looking for as to eligibility requirements. We know the key criteria contained in the BOP’s RDAP Program changes which occurred in 2009. We know the anticipated changes that are currently being discussed and reviewed. We are able to position our clients for the all-important Bureau of Prisons’ Residential Treatment Eligibility Interview and prepare for each client the Residential Treatment Eligibility Interview Report©. This report provides everything you need to know about this entire interview. Successful completion of this interview will gain you admission into the RDAP program. Do you really want to take a chance with the wrong prison consultant? If my life and future were on the line, I wouldn’t!
Our staff, by advising you in these important and decisive areas, and knowing the questions you will be asked by the RDAP Coordinator in the all-important RDAP Eligibility Interview, can all but assure you of a successful RDAP interview and placement into the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program, RDAP. But you must act now, do not wait until it is too late. Do not be the inmate who calls from prison and says, “I only wish I had called you before.” Call now.