Now More Than Ever, Inmates Need an Advocate That Can Fight for Their Rights!
News Release 4/24/2020: BOP Tomfoolery! (Trickery, Deception, Deceit)! Bureau of Prisons Removes Webpage On COVID-19 FAQ Home Confinement The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is under fire from US District Judge Ronnie Abrams (Southern District of New York) to come up with some guidance on how it is addressing the release of certain minimum security…Read More
The Inmate Grievance Program—Inmates Can File an Administrative Remedy Appeal if They Have Been Discriminated Against, Mistreated, or Adversely Denied A Program!
What is an Administrative Remedy Appeal? The Administrative Remedy Program is a Bureau of Prisons program by which inmates in 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 mistreated, discriminated…Read More
News Story: Christmas Family Reunion For Inmates: First Steps Toward Second Chances
Christmas morning at home may be one of the essential family traditions for many in the valley, but when you have a parent in prison, that morning is out of reach. Last Thursday, The Crossing Church hosted a special Christmas family reunion for inmates. 3 News Las Vegas shared the story this morning. For people…Read More
Recent Plead For a Compassionate Release Program For Older Inmates
There is a growing issue of inmates who have been in prison for years and who have a hard time taking care of themselves due to age and health declination. Just a few weeks ago, the Sun Chronicle editorial team released a letter from a Massachusetts citizen. The message includes certain ideas on a compassionate release program for older inmates. Michael Frantz, a nationally known federal…Read More
The Graying of America’s Prisons: ‘When is Enough Enough?’
Inmates over 55 are among the fastest-growing population. They burden prisons and taxpayers but pose the lowest threat to society. One of Wayne Pray’s earliest run-ins with the criminal justice system occurred when he was 22. He was arrested for having pills in two envelopes. At 29, he was given probation on fraud charges. By the time he…Read More
Life in Prison Can Be Dangerous
An unforgettable story of how inmates can use all the help they can get. Cameron Douglas testified against the people who gave him drugs. Now he is suffering the consequences. Prison is dangerous. Now Cameron, in federal prison, has a broken leg and finger. Needless to say, prison can be dangerous. A gangster, also behind bars…Read More
Do You Remember This Crazy Piece of History?
Tables Turned On Federal Prosecutors For Prosecutorial Misconduct! South Florida federal prosecutors may now face the music for their charges of prosecutorial misconduct. A South Florida physician was acquitted despite the wrongdoings of the prosecutors. Now the prosecutors face their own day in court. April 21, 2009 – PRLog — Michael Frantz, a leading Federal Prison Consultant for Jail Time…Read More
The RDAP Drug Program and the Pre-Sentence Investigation Interview: Do You Qualify for Admission?
In March of 2009, the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) radically changed the eligibility requirements of the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program, also called RDAP. This program allows for up to a 12-month sentence reduction and six months of halfway house for eligible inmates. This is up to 18 months out of federal prison! This program…Read More
Help For Federal Prison Inmates And Their Families!
Jail Time Consulting has an affordable service for keeping federal prison inmates, their families, and other concerned parties informed about the latest changes in federal prison programs and other federal prison-related issues. Visit https://www.jailtimeconsulting.com/guides/ to see how Michael Frantz, a leading Federal Prison Consultant for Jail Time Consulting releases new and updated articles on various prison…Read More
Ex-Cop Nouman Raja Kills a Man
Ex-cop Nouman Raja killed a man. Now this convicted felon faces isolation in a cell as prisoner No. Q40330. South Florida Sun-Sentinel – May 23, 2019 Nouman Raja had a badge, a gun, and the sworn duty to protect the community. But after he was convicted of shooting stranded motorist Corey Jones dead, the police officer couldn’t…Read More