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Jail Time: What You Need To Know Before You Go To Federal Prison

Have you ever known someone who has gone to jail? A close friend, a family member, or even yourself? Maybe you know someone who was recently convicted and who is about to go to prison. These situations can be hard for the convicted as well as friends and family. Former convict, Michael Frantz has published…

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How To Survive Federal Prison

Facing a jail sentence can be a traumatizing experience. Conviction presents many unknowns and creates difficulty to know where to turn for help. At Jail Time Consulting, we provide counseling and solutions for citizens sentenced to jail time, giving suggestions on how to reduce jail time and how to survive prison.  Prison Consultants As Prison…

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Working with the Second Chance Act of 2008

Signed by President Bush during his presidency term in 2008, the Second Chance Act (SCA) became federal law. Now any prisoner can be considered to be transferred to a halfway home during the last year of their sentence. To clarify, the Second Chance Act allows any prisoner to be allowed up to twelve months in…

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RDAP – Rehab Drug Abuse Program

About RDAP RDAP (Rehab Drug Abuse Program) has been advancing in popularity over the years. Ever since the program’s initial implementation in 2009, the RDAP has provided improved relationships with the incarcerated, improved mental and physical health, markedly higher educational advancements, decreased inmate misconduct, “recidivism, criminality, and a reduced chance of the inmate relapsing into…

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Successful Programs for Compassionate Release

Compassionate Release is a highly sought-after program for many inmates facing longer sentences, who may be advancing in age, suffering from medical conditions, or who have served over 50% of their current sentence. If you are granted Compassionate Release, then you are immediately eligible for release from incarceration. If you think you may qualify, you…

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What You Need to Know about the Second Chance Act

If you have a loved one serving time in a state or federal prison, you likely want to do everything in your power to ensure that they are properly reinstated into society. After serving a sentence of any length, inmates need help readjusting to life outside of prison, which is where the Second Chance Act…

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How to Survive Prison

Serving time in a federal prison can be frightening and intimidating, especially if it is your first time being convicted. The best way to prepare for incarceration is to learn about prison life before you begin your sentence. Do the right research, know what to expect, and keep these four helpful tips in mind for…

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FEDERAL INMATES NEED THEIR FULL 54 DAYS OF GOOD TIME CREDIT!

Currently, federal prisoners currently can earn up to 54 days of Good Conduct Time a year by being model inmates if they follow prison rules and are well-behaved inmates. This 54-days of “good time credit” each year encourages and serves as an incentive to the inmate to take rehabilitation programs and to not break prison rules,…

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Second Chance Act-Reducing Recidivism Rates and Reducing Time in Prison!

March 30, 2016 The Second Chance Act is not only a viable sentence reduction program but also reduces recidivism. A recent report issued by the United States Sentencing Commission on March 9, 2016, included a comprehensive segment on the rate of recidivism among federal inmates being released from prison. The report concentrated on those federal…

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