Inmates Memorandum

Washington D.C. March 26, 2020 – Attorney General’s Memorandum to the Bureau of Prisons “The Attorney General of the United States just sent a Memorandum for inmates to the Director of the Bureau of Prisons on 3/26/2020. This dealt with allowing certain inmates, minimum and low risk, to be evaluated for immediate release to home…

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Coronavirus - Keeping Our Inmates Safe

The world is turning into something that no one has ever seen before. Countries are closing borders and keeping non-citizens out. Inside, closings continue— restaurants, bars, churches, schools, movies, sporting events, and many factories and businesses are ordered closed. Social gatherings are limited to groups of 10 people or less, staying at least six feet…

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Harvey Weinstein Stay Low In Jail

Harvey Weinstein has reportedly hired a prison consultant, according to Page Six. This was to learn all about time behind bars following his rape conviction on Monday. Experts told Insider that the best thing he can do is keep his head down. The disgraced movie mogul, who more than 80 women have accused of sexual misconduct, was convicted of third-degree…

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White Collar Crimes - Federal Prison Consultant

October 14, 2019 Meet Michael Frantz, leading Federal Prison Consultant, who provides consulting services and program positioning to defendants and their families facing federal incarceration. He is devoted to assisting and helping both federal and state defendants, inmates and their families and is often seen addressing various questions about Federal Prison on radio interviews, news articles, television,…

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inmate reflections

I received the following email from a client of ours in federal prison. These inmate reflections are right on the money. If you are going to federal prison or have a loved one in federal prison, this is well worth reading. “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.”  Philo, early Jewish scholar,…

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Learn more about white collar crimes and what to expect in prison.

The term “White-Collar Crimes” was coined in 1939 and became synonyms with the full range of fraudulent crimes committed by businesses/ government professionals. The motivations behind these crimes are all aimed toward financial gains. The belief that being convicted of a white-collar crime means you do ‘easy time’ in a minimum-security prison is entirely incorrect.…

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Varsity Blues College Scandal - Prison Consultants - Harvey Weinstein Thoughts

Excerpts From Ritu Prasad’s BBC News Article Martha Stewart, Bernie Madoff, NFL players Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress, reality stars Teresa Giudice and Abby Lee Miller. They’re just a few of the celebrities who have reportedly had prison consultants guide them through the justice system. These advisers can help with the entire process from charging…

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