My name is Michael Santos. As part of my work to improve the outcomes of our nation’s criminal justice system, I have spoken with many federal judges. Two of those judges agreed to participate in a video interview. I asked them about steps a person could take to prepare in advance of sentencing. Listen and learn from what they said in the videos below:
If you’re facing a sentencing hearing, we can help. Although we have a team of sentence-mitigation experts for people that want one-on-one consultations, we also offer digital courses for those who are prepared to do the work. Start by watching the videos on this page so that you’ll have an idea of why we can help you restore confidence as you start preparing for sentencing.
Whether authorities have charged you with a driving offense, a white-collar crime, a drug offense—or any charge that could lead to the loss of your liberty—the time is now to prepare for sentencing.
You may know the statistics:
Whether federal or state authorities bring criminal charges, conviction rates are high, and sentencing hearings follow.
When authorities bring charges, a defendant should invest time and energy to understand how the criminal justice system operates. Defense attorneys will do their part, but if a person becomes a defendant in a criminal case, that person should start working on his own.
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You can expect the following:
Videos accompany every lesson, where I provide commentary to help you learn from our sample letters.
Besides Judge Bennett, who gave us invaluable insight, we can also learn from Judge Bough, who speaks about the importance he places on a defendant’s preparation for sentencing. If you’re serious about wanting to work toward the best possible outcome, learn how best-practices for preparing.
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