What’s Not Taught In Law School: Your Efforts In Your Defense

What’s Not Taught In Law School: Your Efforts In Your Defense

What’s Not Taught In Law School: Your Efforts In Your Defense

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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 Info. is at the end.

Hello, and thank you for tuning into my Video series, INDICTED AND FACING PRISON: NOW WHAT?

My name is Marc Blatstein. In 2006, I, too, was Indicted and convicted of a felony, and I lost my medical license. With work, I was able to get my license reinstated in full.

— Prison is Temporary.

My goal in this series is to provide you with the information you’ll need to survive and navigate these times because Knowledge and Preparation will help build back the confidence you’ll need throughout this process

·     Since you’ve heard that the DOJ and Feds have been asking questions, their case against you is mostly complete, with a 98% Conviction Rate.

·     Delaying to act now is at your peril.

·     Hiring a legal team doesn’t just mean they have experience; they also need a proven track record of successfully defending cases like yours.

·     The choices you make today – will make a better tomorrow.

The Nuances of a Holistic Federal Prison Defense and Life In Prison – Not Taught In Law School Attorneys don’t know your personal history and

•     The Nuances of a Holistic Federal Prison Defense

•     Life and what to expect inside The BOP

•      As None Of This Was Not Part of their Law School Training

Understanding who you are and your personal history can be very helpful, albeit Drug-related; a personal drive toward success provides an opening for a mental health evaluation.

If you’re already at this point, and don’t have the time to wait for my future videos, then give me a call and we can discuss your situation, one-on-one. Once again, my number is 240.888.7778.

Before Surrender

·     Visit your doctor and dentist for a complete medical visit and get copies of all of your records. Check on the BOP Formulary to see if your medications are available

·     Visit your eye doctor to get a current prescription for your eyeglasses—no Contact lenses.

·     If your sentence is short enough, get an extended driver’s license.

·     Grant power of attorney to someone you trust to handle your finances and other legal matters.

·     If married, consider transferring utilities and other bills to your spouse’s name.

·     Create an Amazon Book Wish List so friends and family can easily send you 2-3 books per month.

·     For Minimum and Low-Security facilities, the BOP allows paperbacks from Amazon.

·     To keep your credit cards active, have a family member use them and pay them off monthly, or freeze them.

What happens on day 1 in Prison, what to bring, how to act, a pre-plan to get home with your dignity and self-esteem intact

·     Surrender to the higher

·     At the FPC, you may go to your bunk

·     At the satellite, strip-searched – and into an isolation cell

·     Be prepared and have books to read already mailed to you the day before you surrender

·     The day you surrender, mail to yourself a list of all of your contacts’ phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses

·     Once you arrive, you’re eligible to receive funds electronically. Money Gram, Western Union; it takes ~2 hours.

·     At an FPC, you are more likely to get in with Cash, which the guards will deposit for you.

What Can You Bring

·     Plain wedding band (no stones or intricate markings), with a declared value of less than $100

·     Earrings for females only (no stones) with a declared value of less than $100

·     Medical, orthopedic, or medical devices

·     Legal documents

·     If you have a large medical file, it was included in your PSR, RIGHT? You can also bring it in an envelope titled Legal Mail

·     Social Security card and other forms of identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.) to be retained in the Inmate Central File until the inmate’s release

·     Religious items approved by the Warden (religious medallions and chains must have a declared value of less than $100)

·     Prescription glasses, CPAP, Insulin Pump

Where applicable, create an opening for a later Compassionate Release-Second Look Act Appeal.

To engage my services or to have your concerns answered, Call me Today: 240.888.7778. This is my Cell and I personally answer and return all calls.

You can also get additional information on my website @: PPRSUS.com

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