Learn lessons from people that faced criminal prosecutions as a result of business operations.
If a government agency such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, or the Internal Revenue Service has notified you of an investigation, learn from others. Many people went to prison as a direct result of the way that they responded to civil investigations. Before spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal fees, arm yourself with information that can help you make better decisions.
We Help People Facing Court or Sentencing Proceedings
When authorities charge a person with a crime, a series of procedures follow. Although most people have a lawyer to represent them through the proceedings, the lawyers are not always so forthcoming in helping a person understand what is happening. We offer resources, including videos, podcasts, books, and courses to help people learn more about steps they can take to prepare for best outcomes.
We Help People Going Through the Prison System
Many people have observed that the greatest fear is the fear of the unknown. At Prison Professors, we strive to help more people understand America’s prison system, the people it holds, and strategies to grow through it productively. No one wants to go into the prison system, but through our videos, podcasts, books, and courses, we do our best to enlighten others on best practices to make the most of a prison experience. The resources we offer helps people to recalibrate, restore confidence, and work toward building a brighter future.
We Help Administrators in Jails and Prisons
Federal Judges, Federal Probation Officers, Prison Directors, Wardens, Probation Officers, and CEOs of private prison companies use our digital courses and books to teach and inspire people in their institutions. Visit our reentry page for a free sample of our products. Our courses help people in jail and prison understand how today’s behavior influences prospects for success tomorrow. Contact us today to learn how we can help your institution, just as we have helped our clients in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the California Department of Corrections, Washington State Prisons, the New York City Department of Corrections, and the Mecklenburg County Jail.
We Help Lawyers
When lawyers want to help their clients prepare for the challenges of a sentencing hearing or prison, they can steer their clients to the resources available at Prison Professors. With our videos, podcast series, books, courses, and personal consulting, we provide an invaluable resource to law firms and to the clients they serve. Contact us for references from lawyers with whom we’ve worked at Big Law 100 firms to boutique firms, to solo practitioners.
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