What do We Cover on our Podcasts?
Every day we publish a new podcast with hopes of helping people understand judicial proceedings, how to prepare for sentencing, or what to understand about prison. These efforts are part of our commitment to give away more information than we sell. We understand that some people cannot afford to retain our team for one-on-one guidance; some people may not even be able to purchase the books we publish.
For that reason, we provide:
- Video files through our YouTube channel,
- Audio files through our podcasts, and
- Text-based files through our websites.
Through all of our work, we strive to offer insight into the system. We reveal the documented strategies we created, the tools and tactics we developed, and the accountability metrics to measure progress. That is the pattern anyone should use to work toward getting the best possible outcomes. Regardless of whether a person has financial resources to hire our team, they can get insight into best practices to master the system. Consumer the free content we provide to help people prepare for court, sentencing, or prison.
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What to Expect from Prison Professors Podcast:
Our podcasts sometimes flow sequentially. Sometimes we publish stand-alone episodes. The buttons to the right offer insight into specific segments. If you subscribe to our newsletter, you’ll get a weekly update with news on this weeks’ content.
For example, we sometimes publish diaries of people going through the prison system. That way, listeners can get a sense of the process in real-time.
- What is a person going through?
We started this project with the diaries of James Catlidge. In order to avoid the risks associated with proceeding through trial, James pleaded guilty to white-collar crimes related to his business operations. Through his insightful blog, Innocent from the Inside, listeners get to follow James along from his decision to plead guilty, his preparations to surrender to a federal prison camp, and his initial experiences as he adjusts to living in a minimum-security camp.
Another example of a podcast series would be a book reading. For example, in the spring of 2020, I’m reading from my book Earning Freedom: Conquering a 45-Year Prison Term. Although the book is available for purchase from the website, some people may prefer to listen rather than read. Readins from Earning Freedom begin with podcast episode 100. The buttons to the left will take people to specific chapters.
If you would like to be a guest on our podcast or Youtube channel, please send an email to [email protected], or give us a call at 949-205-6056.