Jail Time


Jail Time — the book a United States District Judge doesn’t want you to read…wonder why? Find out now! Finally, a book that tells the real facts about prison and the entire federal prosecution system in print. This is a no holds barred book, 387 pages and it was truthful, honest, and based on fact, not fiction. Jail Time is realistic and tells the facts as they really are. It isn’t flattering to the Bureau of Prisons or the Federal Justice System, but it is accurate, precise, and straightforward. Pick up your copy today and get the insider’s scoop of the criminal justice system.



After three years of writing my book, Jail Time—What you need to Know…Before you go to Federal Prison!, and another year of editing, proofing, and preparing it for publication; it was finally finished. I was exhausted but extremely happy and proud. This was a labor of love for me. Finally, a book that told the real facts about prison and the entire federal prosecution system was in print. It was a no holds barred book, 387 pages and it was truthful, honest, and based on fact, not fiction. Jail Time was realistic and told the facts as they really are. It wasn’t flattering to the Bureau of Prisons or the Federal Justice System, but it was accurate, precise, and straightforward.

I knew prison had been challenging but I soon found out that my three years of supervised release would be even more challenging. After three years of preparation in prison and almost one year of preparation after prison, I was ready to help and assist those individuals facing federal incarceration as a Prison Consultant. Jail Time was published and it sold like hot cakes. The publisher soon ran out of copies and had to print more. It was an immediate best seller and is still the #1 Prison preparation book in print today.

Since I was on supervised release, I had to request permission from my probation officer to be a Prison Consultant. After an examination and interview I was granted permission. Jail Time Consulting started with a boom and continued as I was fielding calls and getting new clients almost daily. Fox News called, ABC’s 20/20 News Program called, and even the Oprah Winfrey television channel called. Then disaster struck. My probation officer was transferred and I was assigned a new probation officer. From day one my new P.O. made it his goal to prevent me from being a prison consultant. I remember to this day his exact quote the very first day I met him. He said, “I think criminals need to be punished and they don’t need help. I would never have allowed you to be a consultant and help criminals and I will do everything in my power to stop you.” Unfortunately, this this type of moronic and sadistic individual is still allowed a job in the U. S. Probation Department. I hope you never have one like this.

Equally ridiculous, ludicrous, and moronic was the federal district judge who followed the Probation Officers lead and actually shut down Jail Time Consulting, the Jail Time Consulting website, and my book. His bias, prejudice, and slanted views were evident throughout the hearing. He didn’t like what I said in my book and objected to my statements that probation officers have slanted views against defendants when they write PSI’s and that judges were not always fair, impartial, and non-discriminatory. He said that AUSA’s, probation officers, and federal judges were honest and fair and only wanted to get to the truth. As I sat there in court listening to him rattle on and on I thought, “What a crock of _____! Is this guy an idiot or does he really believe the crap he is saying?” Needless to say, Jail Time Consulting closed and remained closed until I was finally off of supervised release and finally free.

During Jail Time Consulting’s temporary shutdown, I used this time to create new programs for defendants and inmates and to revamp existing programs and made them even better. I reviewed the law and created new programs based on the BOP’s own policies and procedures and the law. Jail Time Consulting re-started with a boom again and the rest is history. Now you can once again get Jail Time, the Book and learn what Probation Officers and this U. S. District Judge doesn’t want you to know. Now you can find out “What you need to know…Before you go to Federal Prison!”

Jail Time Special Prison Reports

In addition to writing Jail Time, the book, I have published 35 timely reports called Jail Time Special Prison Reports©. These reports are written about all facets of prison life and on those subjects that defendants and their families must know about when preparing for and going into federal prison. These are critical and essential reports that deal with every aspect of prison an incoming defendant and his/her family needs to know. They are presented in an easy to read format and are generally between 20 to 40 pages long.

These reports are relevant not only to new incoming defendants and inmates already sentenced to prison, but also to the general public. These Jail Time Special Prison Reports© are available on a diverse range of subjects that affect the inmate and his family almost every day. They deal with immediate issues such as inmate telephone usage, inmate mail, e-mail, and inmate visits. Complete instructions and helpful hints are provided to ensure that the inmate is set up for these privileges immediately upon incarceration and not delayed days, weeks, or months. The reader is told what to do before he arrives at prison to avoid any bureaucratic BOP pitfalls. Other topics deal with inmate perks and upgrades, good conduct time, facility designation, sentence reduction programs, furloughs, inmate medical care, snitches and rats, commutation of sentence, compassionate release, inmate financial responsibility, prison’s unexpected costs and many, many more. New Jail Time Special Prison Reports© are written and developed as the need arises. Current Jail Time Special Prison Reports© are updated as BOP rules and regulations change.

Each Jail Time Special Prison Report© allows the reader to gain the knowledge and experience of all the incarcerated inmates who have already gone through this process. You gain the benefit of their experiences. Review the topics available and click on the report title to read a synopsis of each Jail Time Special Prison Report©. All Jail Time Special Prison Reports© are $9.95 each.

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