Going to Federal Prison-This is What You Need To Know Now!

If you are headed for federal prison you need to read this now! Don't wait, read this now. You need to be proactive in this process. There are programs that will reduce your sentence, provide more halfway house time, and help you greatly. Read now!
By: Robin Stover, Federal Prison Consultant
 
 
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* Largo - Florida - US

March 10, 2010 - PRLog -- Federal Prison was a place I never wanted to be.  Federal Prison was a place I never thought I would be. Sometimes things happen that you really can't explain or even know why they happened.  They just do.  Life is funny that way, one day you're on top of the world and the next day you're in a deep, dark pit. You think that your current situation is the worst it can be–but it gets worse. You later discover that the pit has no bottom, you just keep falling and falling deeper and deeper.  At least that's how it was for me.  That was the process that I went through from the FBI's secret investigation of me to my journey through what I call the Criminal Prosecution Process, not the Criminal Justice System. There is no justice in the Criminal Justice System. But unless you have experienced it firsthand or had a family member or friends go through it, you literally have no idea what it is like. Throw out the words fair, just, impartial, honest, and truthful and substitute the phrase, “anything for a conviction” and you will start to understand the Criminal Prosecution Process. You may think this is just sour grapes but take my word for it, it isn’t. I just hope you never experience it.  


No one is fully prepared when they enter federal prison for what is about to happen.  You realize that you are going to prison and face incarceration but you have no idea of the process involved, what to expect and how to deal with the overall situation.  You are experiencing fear, trepidation, and anxiety and wondering how you are going to get through this nightmare. You are concerned about money, your property, your assets, your family and what your friends and/or business associates will think.  You are facing a situation in which you have absolutely no control.  You are very apprehensive as you have heard many stories about prison life from books, television, movies, and the news media.  You don't know what is real and what is fiction.  What's worse is that you don't know where to turn to find out.  Your family is frightened, you are frightened and you are not getting the help you need. Your attorney knows nothing about prison and the programs available for inmates in prison although he says he does. Later you find out he really didn’t know and you missed out on programs that could have actually reduced your time in prison and would have helped make the daily drudge of prison life more livable.  Besides after you paid your attorney he deserted you soon after sentencing. No doubt your letters and calls went unanswered.  Now the good news, it doesn’t have to be that way.


Federal Prison isn’t easy but if you have to go, it can be manageable. There are many challenges facing those individuals entering Federal Prison. These challenges are not easy, but they too are manageable. Manageable if you have the proper knowledge, resources, and motivation. You need the knowledge to know what you should do and what path you should choose. That knowledge is choosing a prison consulting company like the Prison Consulting Group. You need the resources of that company to guide you down that path. You need the motivation to get out of prison and get home in the shortest possible time. That is exactly what the Prison Consulting Group can do for you. They are experts in the area of federal prison, its programs, it policies, and its procedures. They guide you through the dark and gloomy maze of transitioning to life in federal prison.


Robin Stover, Director of the Federal Prison Group, says there is light at the end of the tunnel. He found it, you will too—if you get the proper help and assistance before it is too late. Don’t wait until it is too late for help. Be proactive, after all it is your life we are talking about. The Prison Consulting Group can be reached at 727-678-4400 or you can email Robin at robin@prisonconsultinggroup.com. It’s not too late, call now.

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Robin Stover is a nationally recognized Federal Prison Consultant and the founder of the Prison Consulting Group (PCG). As a Federal Prison Consultant with PCG, Robin is recognized as an authority in pre-and post-conviction strategy, positioning, preparation, and education. Robin is knowledgeable in all facets of federal prison life and with the Bureau of Prisons' (BOP) rules, regulations, and program statements.

PCG prepares clients for admission to the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program which offers up to a 12 month sentence reduction and a 6 month halfway house designation. We also provide assistance with designations, judicial recommendations, transfers, furloughs, A R Appeals, Second Chance Act submissions, MINT program requests, restitution, ICE issues, and the BOP's Compassionate Release and Commutation of Sentence Program.

Prison Consulting Group offers the prison preparation course titled, "How to Survive Federal Prison", go to http://prisonconsultinggroup.com.
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