Sports Is a Great Mental Relief – Just Don’t Get Hurt  

Sports Is a Great Mental Relief – Just Don’t Get Hurt  

Sports Is a Great Mental Relief – Just Don’t Get Hurt  

Welcome to my video series, ” INDICTED AND FACING PRISON.” My name is Marc Blatstein, and I know firsthand how surreal and overwhelming this experience can be. That’s why I’m here to provide you with crucial daily information. Knowledge and Preparation will help restore your confidence to navigate these challenging times.

The information in this series and on PPRSUS.com (and PPRSUS Resources) is readily accessible and completely Free to all. Should you wish to engage my services, my contact information is at the end.

The DOJ and Feds have been asking questions; their case is mostly complete. With a 98% conviction rate, the odds are not in your favor. However, knowledge is power, and it’s in your hands. Delaying your next step could have severe consequences.

Your future is at stake, so hiring a legal team with a proven track record of successfully defending cases like yours is critical. Don’t just settle for experience; choose a team that can get you the best outcome. Make the right choices now, and you can move forward with confidence.

Playing sports is a therapeutic way to ease the pain of where you are. Just don’t go crazy and get a sports-related injury, as medical care in prison will not be like you’re used to at home.

  • Possible fracture or dislocation could take days – weeks, or longer to get an X-ray (or CT scan or MRI)
  • The Second Opinion could take up to three years, but the BOP is not required to follow its medical specialists’ recommendations.
  • An ankle sprain or hairline fracture (which can’t be seen on an x-ray for approximately two weeks) could, at best, get you Motrin, Tylenol, or Aspirin.
  • Play sports, and just be smart about everything you do in prison.
  • If you get injured and feel you are not getting the basic care, the BOP encourages using The Administrative Remedy Process.

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