|034||Plea Agreements||Understanding Plea Agreements|
At the earliest stages, a person should understand plea agreements and the implications on sentence mitigation strategies.
|033||Mitigation||Examples of Mitigation Strategies|
Connect with our mitigation specialists to learn more about the mitigation strategies that we think could be successful for you.
|032||Sentencing||Advice on Sentence Mitigation from Judges|
We can learn a great deal about effective sentence-mitigation techniques by listening to federal judges.
|031||Mitigation Strategies||Mass Incarceration and Mitigation Strategies|
If a person wants to create a solid mitigation strategy, the person should work to contribute solutions that may resolve great social problems—like mass incarceration.
|030||Female Prison||How to Cope at Dublin Federal Prison Camp for Women|
A woman serving time inside the federal prison camp for women at Dublin, California, offers this insight.
|029||Designation||Designation Basics in the Bureau of Prisons|
Learn steps you can take to influence the process of designation in the Bureau of Prisons. If you understand the process, you can take steps to influence the process in your favor.
|028||Sentencing||Allocution at Sentencing|
A person can work toward a lower sentence with an effective allocution strategy. This article offers insight for people that want to prepare for the lowest sentence.
|027||Sentencing||Statement of Reasons|
By developing a better understanding of the Statement of Reasons, a person may engineer a mitigation strategy more effectively.
|026||Sentencing||Understanding Loss Amounts|
For white-collar crimes, federal judges will consider loss amounts when contemplating an appropriate sentence. Make sure to understand these concepts when crafting a mitigation strategy.
|025||Mindset in Prison||Develop Mindset for Success|
Going to prison can obliterate a person’s confidence. This article shows strategies to recalibrate and build strength.
|024||Security Scores||Security Scores in Prison|
With more than 100 federal prisons across the United States, people should understand how administrators assign security scores–and what differentiates one prison from another.
|023||Disciplinary Infractions||Learn how the Disciplinary Code Works|
Learn more about how the disciplinary code works, and how to avoid problems that can prolong a person’s stay.
|022||Staff Hierachy||Learn About the Staff Hierarchy in Prison|
Navigating the prison system successfully requires knowledge about the bureaucracy functions, including the staff members that operate the system.
|021||Custody and Classification Scores||Learn Steps to Custody and Classification|
The Bureau of Prisons relies upon a complicated scoring mechanism to determine placement in the system.
|020||Guidance for our Clients||See Best Outcomes You Can Pursue|
Learn from the many links to videos that will help you prepare for the best possible journey ahead.
|019||Resources to Help You||Videos / Podcasts / Articles|
If you’re striving to learn how our team can help you, this page will show the many services we offer.
|018||Judge Videos||Videos with Judges|
We’ve interviewed more than a dozen federal judges. Two of those judges responded to our questions on how to prepare for. leniency.
|017||Sentencing Preparation||Diminished Capacity|
Learn how the concept of diminished capacity may assist your mitigation efforts for a lower sentence.
|016||Sentencing Preparation||Aberrant Behavior|
This article offers suggestions on how a person can use Aberrant Behavior arguments for a lower sentence.
|015||Sentencing Guidelines||Sentencing Guidelines Tables and Loss Amount|
See the Guidelines Table and how loss amounts influence sentencing. Access our calendars.
|014||Straight-A Guide and You||Straight-A Guide and Your Preparations for Success|
Learn from our proprietary system to prepare for success through the journey ahead.
|013||Sentencing||Nine Questions for You Before Sentencing|
Consider these nine questions before you face a sentencing hearing. If you answer well, you’re ready.
|012||Mitigation Strategies||Develop Personal Mitigation Strategies|
Learn about mitigation strategies at different stages of the journey. Seize every initiative to prepare for a better outcome.
|011||PSR||Learn Lessons About PSR|
The Presentence Investigation Interview offers an outstanding step to work toward a mitigation strategy. Learn how.
|010||Sending Money||How to Send Money to People in Federal Prison|
The intricacies of sending money to people in federal prisons confuse many people. This article will show the way to send money to people in prison.
|009||Corrlinks System||How to Send Emails from Corrlinks|
Federal prison offers a quasi email system. This article shows how to use it.
|008||First Step Act||First Step Act and Compassionate Release|
Learn the strategies to take advantage of the most significant prison reform law in more than 30 years. Insight from Josh Boyer.
|007||Surrendering||Top-Ten Tips Before Surrendering to Prison|
This article offers insight that anyone should consider prior to surrendering to prison
|006||RDAP||RDAP: An Introduction|
Learn about the only program in the Bureau of Prisons that results in an objective, administrative time cut.
|005||Executive Clemency||Greg Reyes: Path to Pardon|
Greg Reyes, the former CEO of Brocade, reveals the strategies he used to position himself for a presidential pardon.
|004||Sentencing Guidelines||Basics on Sentencing Guidelines|
This article offers insight into sentencing guidelines, helping people that want to prepare mitigation strategies.
|003||Early Release||Options for Early Release|
This article offers a series of options people going into prison should consider about early release.
|002||Compassionate Release||Compassionate Release Article|
Simple article offering insight to three factors judges consider when it comes to Compassionate Release.
|001||First Step Act||First Step Act—Basics|
The First Step Act advanced possibilities for compassionate release, and other reforms. Learn how to build a persuasive case for relief.
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