Archive 05/30/2023

Elizabeth Holmes Enters Prison 5-30-2023


Original Sentence: 11.25 Years (x) 12Months = 135 Months (x) 15 % [GTC] = 19.8 (Months Good Time Credit)

Months: 135 – 19.8 = 115.2 Months, or 9.6 yrs As long as there are No Disciplinary Infractions

115.2: With The FSA, after 2 years of ETC – you can earn 12 Months Off Sentence, Or: [115.2 -12 = 103.2], or 8.6 years

Earning more FSA Credits = more RRC or Halfway House Time

BUT 1st, Take the Assessment Survey In Order to Earn The ETC

  • Otherwise, you could take the programs – just not Earn The Credits Toward Early Release
  • Financial Responsibility Program
  • Daily Writing What You’ve Learned from FSA Programs
  • Daily Writing your Takeaways from Non-Fiction Books (or Painting), anything you are interested in.
  • Why documenting? INSURANCE
  • WHY DO ALL OF THIS WRITING? Consider this as insurance; similar to purchasing  Life,  Health,  or  Auto Insurance: You hope you don’t need it – Until you do.




RDAP = up to 1 year off Sentence: 103.2 – 12 = 91.2 Months or 7.6 yrs

  • In the 12 months before the arrest, was a substance abused?
  • Either Over-the-counter, prescription, legal, or illegal.
  • Was your pursuit of this unique laboratory blood testing quest something (similar to gambling) to think about…?
  • Did she start therapy before sentencing or her interview?



2nd Chance:

  • With (2nd CHANCE ACT, is up to CASE MANAGERS: Reducing Criminogenic Needs
  •  RRC – or Home last 6 months in home confinement= 12 months RRC §3624(c)(2).
  • The regulation implementing this mandate states that “[i]nmates may be designated to community confinement as a condition of pre-release custody and programming during the final months of the inmate’s term of imprisonment, not to exceed twelve months.” 28 C.F.R. § 570.21(a).
  • This regulation also provides for “home detention as a condition of pre-release custody and programming during the final months of the inmate’s term of imprisonment, not to exceed the shorter of ten percent of the inmate’s term of imprisonment or six months.”


This video is for you. If you received a Target letter invitation to speak to a Grand Jury, you need Legal Representation. For a federal crime, it is best to have an attorney who practices federal criminal defense, having had cases similar to yours, and practices in federal court. After that, hopefully, you will have time for follow-up questions to see if he/she is the best fit for you.

Facing the Criminal Justice System is not easy. Are You Pre-Prepared?


Your attorney has taken you this far, The Rest Is Up to You.
Your Sentencing Hearing and Presentence Interview Is Coming, and Will Change Your Life.
Today, Are You Prepared to Speak to Your Judge?

Your Judge Sees a Lot of Defendants – How Do You Stand Out?

The Judge Knows that the Prosecutor wants to convict you, and your Attorney wants a lesser sentence for you.

  1. Help the Judge Understand Who You Are – And Why You Deserve Leniency
  2. What Changed in Your Life That Caused You to Break the Law

Your Judge Already Knows 
The DOJ wants you in Jail.
The Prosecutor wants to convict you.
Your Attorney is paid to keep you out of prison.
Judges Also Know That Crimes Aren’t Committed In A Vacuum.
This is Your Opportunity to Help Your Judge Understand Who You Are

Write Your Story, your Narrative that tells how you came to this point in your life, to the Judge.  This is an arduous, reflective experience for you to go through, forcing a face-to-face with your innermost thoughts, and may require you to enlist an outside mitigation expert to work with you, but you have to participate in doing the work. 

Federal Judge Mark Bennett highlights the significance of incorporating your personal account or Narrative into your Presentence Report. This will enable the court to understand your background and the factors that led you to commit the offense. Taking responsibility for your actions, expressing regret for the harm you caused, and speaking humbly from the heart are all imperative during your court appearance. Listen to my video, and help your judge understand who you are while challenging the DOJ INDICTMENT with your Personal NARRATIVE  included in your Presentence Report.

Taking weeks to months to complete, this can result in a distilled version of you that is honest and true, a version where you have Remorse, Accepted Responsibility, and Identified with the Victims of the Crime You Perpetrated.

  • The resulting Narrative or Story of you is quite the opposite of the one that the DOJ previously presented through their Indictment. As you now stand at your sentencing hearing waiting on the judge, you may also have an unexpectedly cathartic experience as a result of revealing all of your life through your writing.

Now, Are You Prepared to Speak to Your Judge?


The Personal NarrativeReentry-Release Plan, and answers to the SPARC-13 Assessment Questions (as you are expected to answer these questions when you first arrive, you might as well become familiar with them early), are written as one document and weaved into the Presentence Report when provided to your Probation Officer, a few weeks before your Presentence Interview.

Here the defendant has accepted responsibility, expressed remorse for the victim(s) pain, suffering, and how it has impacted them, and agrees with the court about the seriousness of the crime without minimizing it.

  • The caveat is that the defendant must put time and effort into writing their Narrative, Allocution, and Reentry Plan because their future depends on it being honest, pure, and from the heart.

PERSONAL NARRATIVE. Writing your story through Your Narrative tells the Judge how you came to this point in your life. This is an arduous, self-reflective experience for you to go through, forcing a face-to-face with your innermost thoughts. This is your autobiography (of you and those around you), the good, the bad, and the ugly. It may require you to enlist someone with federal sentencing mitigation experience to guide you in drafting your narrative, but this is the story of your client’s life and requires their participation. Listen to this video regarding your Narrative.

  • 18 U.S.C. § 3553
  • Judges
    • Look for WHY and HOW the incident happened –
    • Did they have PTSD
    • People don’t commit crimes in a vacuumtherefore
      • It’s important for the Judge to Know ABOUT the Person
      • Before they pass judgment
    • NATURE and CIRCUMSTANCE You want to include,
        1. What led you to do this, 
        2. How did you get involved, and 
        3. What was your involvement? [check that your involvement reflects what is in the official Presentence Report].
    • HISTORY and CHARACTERISTICS Here, you want to include,
        1. Your remorse, 
        2. How you ruined your victim’s lives, 
        3. Show what you’re doing to change and improve yourself regarding rehabilitation (NA, AA, GA, Therapy, etc.) and paying restitution – if you can, 
        4. Where there was a positive or negative family life – explain this, 
        5. Traumatic event – review with details, 
        6. Good things you’ve done, explain with examples, 
        7. Show Judge your Future Plans to not come back and 
        8. Cooperation = Substantial Information that does not implicate another.
    • Include if Applicable,
        1. FAMILIAL HISTORY: Married – Children – parents’ responsibilities and sole caregiver
        2. DEFENDANT’S PHYSICAL CONDITION: Medically documented bad Back-Hip-Knees-Shoulder could provide you with a Bottom Bunk. Diabetic, Vascular Disease, Raynaud’s could allow the Medicare soft shoe or sneakers.
        3. MEDICAL/PHYSICAL HEALTH, MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH: Include ALL medical records, Labs, Surgery Reports, X-ray – CT-MRI-Ultrasound-Pet Scans (in Written and CD Format), Prescriptions for medications (Check Generic Medication Availability), and medical devices, along will ALL physician contact information.
        4. SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Alcohol, Drug (Legal or Illegal), within the previous 12 months before the arrest. RDAP allows up to 1 year off the sentence. They may do a Urine test.
        5. EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL SKILLS: Copied of the highest level. Otherwise, a GED will be required in prison. If you have experience in/with computers, administrators frown on these skills, so you may want to consider not using them.
        6. MILITARY: Copies, branch, discharge?
        7. EMPLOYMENT: The PO will check. Judges love an excellent work record/history.
        8. STATEMENT FINANCIAL RECORDS: If there are financial fines/restitution, Congress and The BOP now require a Financial Responsibility Plan to benefit from all Earned Time Credits and access to Programming. Therefore, if the events allow, counsel could ask that the court write into the record that payments should only start after release from the BOP.

RELEASE PLAN. Include that you realize you need to learn from the FSA Risk Reduction Programs and implement their lessons into your daily life. Then expand on an appropriate theme, “Since my indictment, arrest, criminal charge, plea hearing, trial or guilty plea, presentence investigation, and sentencing process, I had the time to think about all that I have done. I made BAD decisions, except it shouldn’t be about ME – It’s about MY Victims and What I did. This is most important, as I must Prove my Remorse and my Efforts to Change and Accept Responsibility for The Pain I caused to my victims, the community, my family, and myself. To the court, I do not want to be here again – I have learned a hard and humbling lesson.

If you are currently taking FSA Programs for AA, NA, Gambling, or a Sex Therapy Program, where applicable when released, you want to continue the Therapy and Rehab for AA, NA, Gambling, or Sex therapy rehab. sessions. State this in your Reentry Plan.

You also should refer to (or have) copies of your Social Security Card, Driver’s License (if expired, it needs to be updated with a new test likely), and Birth Certificate. You are also grateful to be moving into a home with a support structure where they will keep you accountable. While you have been self-employed in your career, you have a letter from a friend willing to hire you, “all I have to do is let them know that you are released, as they are expecting my call”. “As you see, the letter was also a character letter that I initially provided.”

At the same time, you can also plan to be self-employed again if your role was not part of your criminal charge. Then everything that goes into a traditional business plan, including what you would present to a bank, should be professionally (not handwritten, not expensive), put together, as your Probation Officer will want to see this during or before your Supervised Release.

ALLOCUTION. You may begin by writing (in your own words) something like this…, “I am embarrassed and since my indictment, I’ve had the time to think about how I have damaged so many (victims) and I am 100% responsible. I was raised to do the right thing, and I brought this on myself facing my demons is humbling and I owe it to the victims, community, and my family to make things right. 

I have looked into the FSA programs that may help like Threshold Program, a non-residential faith-based, and I’ve already started AA.  I understand that it is about my victims, and for me to somehow make it right – even with my medical license being debarred, this is something that I must do.


  1. “No punishment will be enough. If I could go back and change everything, I would.”
  2. I am persuaded that the defendant is sincere and demonstrates insight into the crime.
  3. Allocution is very important, “I’d like to have a conversation with the defendant” …
  4. I want him/her to apologize to the victim and their family, mainly if they are in the courtroom.
  5. “Allocution, however, changes this when I see the defendant has insight into the harm they have done,” when I see they have insight into this.”
  6. “I am looking for remorse and insight as to why he did what he did and what he is doing to ensure that it doesn’t happen again.

As you stand at your sentencing hearing, nervous, anticipating the conversation with your Judge (your Allocution), you may also realize that writing your narrative has been an ‘unexpectedly cathartic experience’. Speaking from the heart could influence the court, and ‘may’ impact your sentence…

CHARACTER REFERENCE LETTER. These are letters to one’s character, they are aware that you have broken the law, and they have known you for a long time. Should an employer be willing to write a letter that states they are still willing to rehire you after release from prison due to your ‘character and skills’ – that is a Great letter and should be included.

EXAMPLE. The ‘writer’ states that they know that you are in trouble and facing federal charges and that you feel terrible about what you did. They have known you for 40+ years, “We went to college together, and this is so out of character,” and you are so remorseful.

I know that he/she won’t be back to this court because we will be looking out for them in the future, and we will hold them accountable.

Now… Do You Feel More Prepared to Speak with Your Judge?

My 30+ years in practice, and experience in the BOP, have provided me with the answers to almost all of your questions and concerns about how to craft your Sentence Mitigation Strategy.

For Free,

  • On my website, YouTube channel, Podcast, and various other social media venues you may find the tools you need to do this on your own.
  • Whether using these free services, or engaging me, or someone else, please get experienced assistance.
    • This will impact your future through your Presentence Report and will influence the actions of your Judge (Your 1st  STAKEHOLDER), and
    • Other STAKEHOLDERS as you move through the prison on your pathway home.

Once you are incarcerated, expect that life in The Federal BOP will come with,

  • Promises are made and broken, timelines are not kept, and sometimes rules are broken.
  • Having been in prison, despair, discomfort, frustration, and the like will become all too frequent and familiar, but this is all Temporary.
  • Therefore the only person who can control your reactions to all of this, and this person is you, so work at keeping positive and humble, focusing your efforts on the goal of getting home.

Remember that no consultant or attorney, can promise any special relationship with any judge, or any outcome if it sounds too easy or too good to be true, then Next. This takes hard work, and Self-Advocacy on your part.

Let’s take the next step together and answer your questions. Marc 



    1. The first Expert You Need is a Federal Criminal Defense Attorney who practices in Federal Court. Next, they should be experienced in working cases similar to yours, and most importantly, You Should Feel Comfortable with them accepting advice from you, as you hold each other accountable.
    2. Personal Narrative. Your only opportunity to speak directly to the Judge and share your personal history, accept responsibility, and remorse, and explain why you will not revisit this courtroom again. This can be in written, video, or both formats.
    3. Allocution. This is the Judges 1st and only time to meet and speak with you – he really does not want to see you back in this courtroom on a criminal matter, again. 
    4. Release/Reentry Planning 
    5. Preparation for Early Release
    6. Pre-Surrender Reminder List 
    7. Self-Surrender List (What You Can Bring) 
    8. Financial Responsibility Program (FRP). Guidance as to what makes a great Character Letter Recommendation – From People That Have Known You.
    9. Character Reference letters
    10. Preparation for The Sentencing Hearing
    11. Preparation for Your Presentence Interview
    12. Preparing for your 1st Day In Prison
    13. Sentence Mitigation Video (Helpful, this can be professionally done with us, or with a smartphone)
    14. Instructions on the Administrative Remedy Process, as the BOP encourages its use, and attorneys will not be inside with you.
    15. BOP Visitor Form
    16. BOP TRULINCS Email
    17. Sample BOP Commissary List

How To Avoid A Medical CoPayment.


  1. Public Safety Factors vs Management Variables (Approximate),
  2. Criminal History vs Offense Level (Approximate)

Your Probation Officer will be scoring you, it makes sense that you be prepared, as this could impact your sentence and placement.

III) PREPARATION For Your Presentence Interview and optimal BOP Placement Facility with supporting BOP Programs

The Presentence Interview is done by the Courts Representative, The Probation Officer (PO), who will try to learn as much about your as they can – in a short period of time. After they have spoken with The Prosecutor and Googled You, they will have learned all of the Negative Information available online, provided by the DOJ. Then they will concentrate on conducting their Presentence Interview of you, followed by their Investigation.

After they have assembled your biographical background information, they will write your official Presentence Report, and passed to the Judge, along with recommendations regarding your sentencing and placement.

  1. First, your legal team is currently prepping for the date of your Presentence Interview.
    • They work to establish 1st contact with your Probation Officer (PO) before they learn more about you, so they are not biased against you – before you ever meet,
    • They will quickly learn 1) what the Officer knows, 2) provides the opportunity to explain their client’s defense strategy, 3) you now have a timeline regarding The Interview Date, along with the Documents you need, and 4) The Dictation Date Deadline – which is when their final Presentence Report of you is due to their supervisor.
  2. You begin to assemble your Biographical Information
    • Highest education level achieved
    • Identification documentation
    • Character Letters
    • Past and First Work Character Letters
    • Military Service, what branch, type of discharge, and highest rank.
    • Past Medical (and Mental Healthcare) Care History
      • Comprehensive Medical and Mental Healthcare Profile Development 
        • Mental Healthcare needs directly matched to FSA Specific Programs
        • Your Medication list checked for availability according to the BOP 3 Tier Formulary
  3.  Pregnancy:
  4. RDAP Eligible, if yes – include it, there are minimal negative repercussions.
  5. 18 U.S. Code § 3553 – The imposition of a Sentence, addressing other factors could be considered.
  6. COVID Modified Operational Levels ( for those concerned who are self-surrendering 2022/2023
  7. Also, answering the question regarding, who listens to the ‘AM’ Radio Station: W.I.I.F.M., all the time?
  8. I provide you and your legal team with; 1) a personalized, court-ready BOP Placement Packet, and 2) supporting reasons for the request, with the appropriate documentation; Medical Care, First Step Act Programming, or other pertinent issues. (Example – Alderson)
  9. A Surrender list of what to bring, and a Pre-Surrender Checklist of what to prepare for you and your family

IV) Our Presentence Investigation Report

We can also provide an “alternative presentence investigation report” for the defense so that it can be submitted to the court for consideration. This may also include the expense of additional experts.

V) When To Make Your BOP PLacement Request To The Court 


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If You Suspect You’re The Target of a Federal Investigation | Before The Presentence Interview (PSI) | After The PSI – But Before The Sentencing Hearing | or After Sentencing or You’re Already Incarcerated – There Are Still Things – At All Levels, We Can Do

We are not Attorneys, you need legal representation.

There is no implied or otherwise guaranteed final prison placement, medical and medication availability, or program enrollment.


In this YouTube, I cover what you can bring when you self-surrender. The optimal time is before noon and then before 4 P.M. In the weeks before, there is additional planning, which I cover below.

  • Learn what prison you have been designated to.
  • If it’s a Satellite Camp – You Surrender to the Higher Facility or Prison.
  • While the Higher Secure Prison may house Violent Persons, you will not (Should Not) be interacting with them.
  • You will Interact with the staff, and as they deal with Violent persons (or higher security persons), their attitude toward you may reflect the same harshness.
  • …in other words, it won’t be a warm welcome or warm first impression.
  • Bring actual or copies of your Driver’s License, Social Security Card, Medical File, prescriptions for your Medications, and Medical Device, if applicable.
  • If you owe and Paid your Restitution, bring Proof and contact your attorney ASAP to get that to you. Next, once paid, you can keep any amount of money in your Trust or Commissary account.
  • Sending Money: Western Union $3 – $500, MoneyGram is $300 Max, BOP Lockbox is any amount.
  • Wedding Band, Religious Neckless; Max value of $100 is permitted.
  • Release Plan, Phone Contact list (No Color, Not Double Sided): Bring it saying that you read online that this was important, and I wanted to give it to my Case Manager. You can also mail it to yourself that day [no more than three pages per envelope]).
  • The soonest early release is after you’ve served 25% of your time.
  • Letters to your PO in the District of your Permanent Legal Residence.
  • The 1st Case Manager meeting is within 30 Days.


    1. Verify with all parties that the receiving facility has received all the required judge’s orders for your arrival before you get there18 U.S.C. § 3621(c).
      • If you arrive before your commitment orders (no matter how rare that may be), you may find yourself being placed in an Isolation Cell, and now that they have you, they’re not likely to let you go.
      • If we have prepared you, you will have books arriving soon, which should take the edge off should they keep you in Isolation longer than several days.
    2. If you’re ultimately designated to a ‘satellite’ camp, know that you must present yourself to the adjacent, ‘higher’ secure facility – not the satellite camp. If you’re going to a Free Standing Federal Prison Camp (FPC), No Worries, and you will not be facing most of these challenges.
      • Also, know that at the higher secure facility, you will likely see prisoners in handcuffs and shackles, guards with long guns, guard towers, etc., so just an FYI.
      • Being prepared is essential – as this is not the time for surprises. This is because every client will deal with the emotional aspects of “prison,” each in their own way, especially if it’s their first time.
    3. Once inside you will be screened and given a change of clothes. The clothes they came with and peripherals will then be boxed and mailed to your ‘legal residence’. You’ll also have to strip, squat, and cough.
    4. The copies (or originals) of your birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, and social security card will all be kept and returned to you at the time of your release.
    5. What Not to do while you’re there,
      • No Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling, or Sex with Inmates or Staff.
      • When you’re first there, keep a low profile until you understand prison better; look for someone like you.
      • No chit-chat, casual talking to guards.
      • Don’t be an informant.
      • Don’t use anyone’s Cell Phone.
      • It’s normal to be apprehensive at first.
      • Emails and USPS letters are read, and calls are monitored (Never do a 3-WayCall)
      • Don’t use someone else’s medications.
      • The TV Room is under others’ control – don’t change the channel if others are watching TV.
      • Don’t miss counts, find out where the Call-Out Sheet is, and look at it daily for your name.
      • Be Respectful to other inmates, their personal space, and staff.
    6. Be aware that banks and different investment, mortgage, and other loan companies may elect to close your accounts due to your charge(s).
      • Be sure to have someone you trust notarized as your Power of Attorney. They could also be your Emergency Contact person with the prison and for your visits.
      • Start looking at smaller local banks, possibly in different states, and look to open different accounts.
      • To not get financial penalties as some of your investments are being forced to close, here too, look for other places to move your funds to avoid those penalties.
    7. Case Managers will be looking for Personal Growth and Development in addition to your taking the First Step Act (FSA) Programs. To keep a record your yourself, like insurance – where you don’t need it, until You Do.
    8. Reading Books (Non-Fiction) for Personal Growth,
      • Amazon sells cheap paperback journals with lined pages, but they will also need writing inside – because the BOP may not let in blank pages. These can be inspirational quotes, religious, or anything, but something is necessary.
      • Constructive Learning. Whatever you are interested in, Art, History, Famous people, Banking, Real estate, or if you like to paint or draw, then do that.
      • Now The Journal. Every day, start a routine for yourself once you get inside. Every day, write what you’ve done,
        • 1) you’ve taken an FSA Class [note the day, time, class name and find something that you learned],
        • 2)  note every conversation that you had with a correction officer (BOP Staff), just in case…
        • 3) once you start reading BOOKS (Non-Fiction), again [note the day, time, book, and find something that you learned and may want to implement later].
        • 4) As you document your journey, this is also Building your Release Plan
        • 5) You’ve been educated to the max as a Ph.D., Doctor, Lawyer, Scientist, etc., so consider teaching a class to inspire those around you.
    9. Reputation Management. Create a website for yourself before you surrender, and then email home everything you’re doing to rebuild your life. So far, all that is there is your INDICTMENT, and Reputation Management Companies don’t hold in the long run. I’ve paid for it, and it hasn’t held.
    10. Once you enter the BOP, this is another Planet. Frustration and Disappointment are to be expected and will test you to your core.
      • Please don’t vent your frustrations to your unit team and case managers; you will only worsen things for yourself. For you, this period is Temporary, but for the BOP Staff, this is their job; they are here every day and have heard every complaint. Please stay under their radar and don’t get the reputation of a complainer.
    11. When you first arrive, as soon as you can get to a computer, take your first SPARC 13 Assessment Questions, because without it, you may still be offered Programs to take, you just will not get any credit.
3) WHAT YOU CAN BRING: (P5580.08)
    1. Wedding band, Bible, under $100.
    2. Bring verification if you have had all your Flu and COVID vaccines and boosters.
    3. Prescriptions for Medical Devices and Medications (2-3 weeks recommended; at worst, they are thrown out); at best, they are available for your use. When surrendering on weekends or holidays, the BOP may allow these to be used if not available from their on-site pharmacy, medical devices, and glasses (that are not made with metal).
    4. ID: birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, and social security card. Copies or originals: It depends on how long your sentence is, and whether you will remember where and who holds your document originals.
    5. Cash may or may not be allowed, but you can try: $320 ($370 in November and December). Otherwise, use either Money Gram or Western Union, as the funds will be deposited within hours.
    6. Legal papers (not your PSR) can include your Medical File and personal contact list. List of personal names (including phone numbers and addresses). Type on the back of a page from your court case, and put it in an envelope labeled ‘Legal’ to take with you when you self-surrender.
    7. Schedule your list of books you’d like to read to start being sent (2 at a time) 2 days before your arrival, lasting most of your pre-calculated stay.
    8. Don’t arrive at lunchtime.
    9. Do present to the higher security facility if you are expecting a satellite camp.
    10. Speeding is sometimes understood at three mph over the limit when driving to surrender.
    11. Arrive early.


I. Compassionate Release – What is this?

II. RDAP: What is this, and do I Qualify?

III. Your Reentry/Release Plan – Is this Important? What is this?

IV. FSA—How does it work? What is this? In this video, I review how to implement The First Step Act (FSA) successfully.


V. Case Managers, what power do they have on me, and who are they – what do they do?



I’m here to help you Navagate Through What You Going To Encounter – Because I’ve Been Where You Are Now, And Understand Your Fears

VI. Who should you tell the prison to call in case of an Emergency?

VII. What are the BOP policies for phone calls, email, and personal Contacts, and how do you get money for the commissary?

VIII. Do you have a business that will be running while you are in prison? What can and can’t you do?

IX. Understand Your Medical Needs Is your healthcare available? This is a big deal. Yes, you can get Surgical 2nd Opinions –  and there may be a 1-3 year wait to get an appointment. After the medical 2nd opinion consult reaches your medical team, The BOP Is Under No Obligation To Follow It.

X. Financial Considerations

    • Banks, Power of Attorney, and what they have in common. 
    • You have a court-ordered Financial Penalty, so understand its impact on your life in prison and release date.

XI. Did you know that your Judge wants to learn about you because Crimes Do Not Occur in a Vacuum;

    • Narrative,
    • Allocution,
    • Reentry/Release Plan
    • Letters That Attest To Your Character
    • Are you Prepared?

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-Marc Blatstein

We are not Attorneys; you need Legal Representation.