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If you’re facing challenges from a government investigation, or if authorities have charged you with a crime, learn steps you can start taking today to begin preparing for a successful outcome. If you don’t know how proceedings work, then make sure you check out our podcasts or specified pages to give you a broader understanding of the journey ahead. Don’t make the mistake of going into this system blindly.
How to Prepare for Sentencing
When federal authorities charge a person with a crime, more than 70 percent of those people face a sentencing hearing. The vast majority of those people fail to prepare. How do we know? We have interviewed several sentencing judges. Without exception, they tell us that the people they sentence have not prepared well. As a result, those people face a sentencing a judge that doesn’t know why he or she is worthy of mercy. Please listen to our podcasts, and read our content to begin preparing for sentencing. Put yourself in the position to get the lowest possible sentence.
How to Prepare for Prison
What do you know about preparing for prison? If you want to learn about the different security levels or the policies that determine custody-and-classification, then make sure you either listen to our podcasts on the subject. You may also read articles we’ve written to help you understand how authorities classify people that go to prison. You can also learn about prison culture, and more importantly, you can learn how to use your time in prison to prepare for success.
How to Prepare for Success While in Prison
We can measure success in prison by many different metrics. One metric may be to avoid problems with staff members or other people serving time. Another metric may be by recalibrating and restoring a reputation that will empower a person to return to society successfully. Our podcast offers suggestions, examples, and even courses to help those who do not now want to live as a statistic of failure. The more you know, the better you can chart a course to your best possible outcome, and your earliest possible release.
How to Rebuild and Recalibrate after Prison
When people serve time in prison, challenges follow. To rebuild and recalibrate, a person should know about the challenges. Learn how to create pathways that will open new opportunities. To the extent that a person begins preparing early, an individual can achieve higher levels of success upon release. Our podcasts, our books, our courses will help you identify best practices to prepare for success upon release.

Michael Flynn Loses Appeal and Faces Prison (8/31/2020)

The DC Circuit Court Refuses to End Case Against Michael Flynn   It's a rare day when both the Department of Justice and a criminal defendant lose. But that is what happened today. Michael Flynn is a well known political operative. He was once a decorated general...

Who is the Victim in Steve Bannon Fraud? (8/20/2020)

Will Steve Bannon go to Prison for Wire Fraud? Prosecutors from the Southern District of New York indicted Steve Bannon, exposing him to multiple decades in prison. An indictment is a charging instrument that prosecutors use when they want to convict a person of a...

Prison Journals: Prepare for Success (7/24/2020)

Use Journals to Build the CEO Mindset in Prison I’m enthusiastic to introduce “the prison journals to prepare for success” that our team at Prison Professors is developing.  While climbing my way through 26 years in prison, I used journals to record progress....

Who is the Victim in Steve Bannon Fraud? (8/20/2020)

Will Steve Bannon go to Prison for Wire Fraud? Prosecutors from the Southern District of New York indicted Steve Bannon, exposing him to multiple decades in prison. An indictment is a charging instrument that prosecutors use when they want to convict a person of a...

Prison Journals: Prepare for Success (7/24/2020)

Use Journals to Build the CEO Mindset in Prison I’m enthusiastic to introduce “the prison journals to prepare for success” that our team at Prison Professors is developing.  While climbing my way through 26 years in prison, I used journals to record progress....

Prosecutors Respond to Michael Cohen’s Motion for Home Confinement

Prosecutors Want to Keep Cohen in Prison Prosecutors respond to Michael Cohen's motion for home confinement (7/23/2020). This article includes a video where I describe how the Department of Justice sought to put Michael Cohen back in prison simply because he refused...

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