The Inmate Appeals Process
We have firsthand knowledge, expertise, and experience in preparing Administrative Remedy Requests for all federal prison inmates.
The Administrative Remedy Program is a Bureau of Prisons program by which inmates in a federal prison can seek formal review of an issue which relates to any aspect of their confinement which they believe is inappropriate, discriminatory, or incorrect. In other words, if an inmate feels he has been treated unfairly, discriminated against, denied a program, or been adversely affected by a BOP decision; he can file an Administrative Remedy Appeal.
Jail Time Consulting explains, informs, educates, and prepares all levels of Administrative Remedy Appeals for our clients. We prepare the initial Informal Resolution appeal, (BP-8½), the Administrative Appeals to the Warden, (BP-9), the Regional Office Appeals, (BP-10), and the Central Office Appeals, (BP-11).
Inmates have a legal right to appeal an unfair or improper decision through the Administrative Remedy Program.
We provide for our clients the total submission packages
This includes initial BP forms, continuation sheets, exhibits, and all supporting documentation with detailed instructions to the inmate for proper mailing. Each filing must be done properly and according to strict BOP regulations. Every "t" must be crossed and every "i" dotted or it will be returned to he inmate to do over. Each submission is time sensitive and there are specific time restrictions. Jail Time Consulting knows every regulation and prepares accurate and precise Administrative Remedy Appeal submissions. Why take a chance, let an expert do your Administrative Remedy Appeal. That expert is Jail Time Consulting.
This program is intended to address concerns that are personal to the inmate making the Request or Appeal. BOP policy states than an inmate may obtain assistance in preparing an Administrative Request or Appeal. Jail Time Consulting is an expert at preparing Administrative Remedy Requests and we provide this assistance.
The Administrative Remedy Program is a four step process that must be completed in the correct and accurate order and timely
The first step is called Informal Resolution.
A one page BP-8 ½ form is completed with all the accompanying documentation and turned into the Unit Team Counselor in your federal prison.
The second step is the Request for Administrative Remedy
A four part BP-9 form is completed with all the accompanying documentation and is submitted to the Warden of your federal prison.
The third step is the Regional Administrative Remedy Appeal
A four part BP-10 form is completed with all the accompanying documentation and is submitted to the Regional Director.
Fourth is the Central Office Administrative Remedy Appeal
A four part BP-11 form is completed with all the accompanying documentation and is submitted to the BOP Central Office in Washington, DC.