Call me for your free initial consultation: 240.888.7778 (my personal cell), or email me at,

    Per hour, 2-hour minimum. 

    BOP PPRS Prison Match™, Comprehensive and best engaged before the PSI, comes with phone support, a court-ready BOP Placement Request Packet supporting your reasons ‘why’ you are making this request,  in addition to:

    1- PSR Addendum
    2- Preparing the Federal Prison Match™ Placement Request, with attached CIC (where available) and BOP Supporting Documentation:
    a) Medical COVID Medications on BOP Formulary: Pfizer and Moderna; limited supplies. 
    * Medications that mitigate the need for hospitalizations following a Positive COVID Test –SOTROVIMAB; FDA Allows New Monoclonal Antibody Treatments, available in the BOP
    b) Medical CARE LEVEL, via the BOP I-IV Structure
    c) Mental Healthcare CARE LEVEL I-IV Structure
    d) Medical Devices that are allowed
    e) Medical Co-Payments – when implemented: P6031.02 [549.70(b), 549.72, 549.74]
    f) Specific Medication Availability, whether: (1) Available on Formulary, (2) Non-Formulary or (3) just not available – here we’ll provide defense options.
    g) Mint Program: January 2021 – Pregnancy 
    h) BOP Prison Match™ with CIC and BOP documentation, court ready for the sentencing hearing and prison placement request.
    i) BOP Public Safety Factors and Management Variable Policy (P5100.08) Chapter 4, Pages 5-13; and Chapter 5, Pages 12-13
    j) USSC Security Requirements
    k) UNICOR Job availability
    l) Occupational trades training program(s) availability
    m) Nearby Hotel Resource
    n) Prison Placement within 500 driving miles of the defendant’s legal residence (which appears ‘aspirational’ on the part of the BOP)
    o) If an FPC is a choice, demonstrating the difference between a Freestanding FPC vs a Satellite Minimum Camp could be valuable to your client.
    p) Psychology Program Eligibility
    q) RDAP Eligibility
    r) Dementia: There is one Memory Disorder Unit with 36 beds
    s) Military Veteran: There is 1 facility in the BOP, with a dedicated wing just for veterans, where they learn to train service guide dogs for veterans who have either PTSD or other disabilities, or for other military service missions.
    t) Self-Surrendering, even to a camp, can temporarily be interrupted by a stay in solitary confinement – how to avoid that outcome.


    What to bring when self-surrendering:

    1. Basic wedding band, Bible.
    2. Prescriptions for medications (4 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 onsite pharmacy. Prescriptions are also needed for medical devices, glasses, etc.,  as long as they are not made with metal.
    3. ID: birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, and social security card.
    4. Cash: $320 ($370 in November and December), then use either MoneyGram or Western Union for monthly deposits.
    5. Legal papers.
    6. List of personal names (including phone numbers and addresses).