Your Case Manager Ignores Your Release Plan Throwing it in the Trash – Still Power On!

Your Case Manager Ignores Your Release Plan Throwing it in the Trash – Still Power On!

Your Case Manager Ignores Your Release Plan Throwing it in the Trash – Still Power On!

The information in this series and on (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.

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. You can navigate these challenging times with Knowledge, Preparation, and Confidence.

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.

With your future at stake, 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.

Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to call and consider engaging my services at 240.888.7778—this is your life.

AT YOUR UNIT TEAM MEETING, YOUR CASE MANAGER THROWS YOUR RELEASE PLAN INTO THE TRASH. Do not get depressed and stop all that you are doing because eventually, either your Case Manager, Unit Team, Halfway House Manager (RRM), or Probation Officer who will supervise you once you’re released, will eventually read all that you have done, as it is now in Your BOP File and Online if you started your new website and blog.

  • Your release plan should include details about your post-release plans and why you need this time to get back on your feet.
  • This could include finding stable housing, securing employment, or reconnecting with family and loved ones.
  • The RRMs and case managers use your release plan to decide whether you are suitable for placement.

Although the applicable Program Statement indicates that the “Unit Manager is responsible for coordinating individual programs tailored to meet the particular needs of inmates in the unit” and that “such programming often is highly innovative and complex,”

  • Case Managers:
  • Your Case Managers can ease your time while in prison, and some may proactively provide you with an early release through the 2nd Chance Act
  • Assessment Scores – SPARC- 3 and PATTERN Scores– Release Plan
  • Progress Report Documentation
  • Custody Classification
  • PSR, SOR, FRP?
  • If you’re getting $500/month, FRP = $100/ Month
  • Because they get scored for getting you to comply with the BOP Policy
  • If you’re helping your case manager get what they want (recognition) – you’ll get what you want…
  • Start Now -> Learn about your Judge; ask your attorney who has already inquired about your judge’s likes and dislikes (bring restitution $$ to court)
  • PROGRAMS & BOOKS. FSA (for every 12 months of Programs (approximately) = 6 months early release), but confusion still reigns in the BOP as this 2/2023

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

The BOP, now in its third iteration of FSA calculation, states that prisoners can only earn ten credits per month for the first year of incarceration, as they are not counting the first assessment done within 30 days of the prisoner’s arrival.

  • This may not be final, as it appears to conflict with the Intent of the FSA.
  • Documenting Your FSA Progress Requires Building A New Habit, which Takes Time and Effort (Similar to documenting your records for Taxes or when you purchase your first home – but here it impacts your life)
  • The Books you read and FSA Classes you’ve taken – Your entries, at best, should be daily,
  • FSA Programs: Compliment the teachers, write a takeaway of something you learned that could be used in your life, and thank your counselor for suggesting the program and the new content you learned – No Matter What it was.
  • Similarly, non-fiction books note what you found that you could implement in your life and what you agreed with (or disagreed with) about your author.
  • Log every meeting you had with each BOP counselor, correction officer, or staff member by Name, date, time, and topic. Here, this is like Insurance for your future protection.

It will show the court STAKEHOLDERS how.

  • You are constantly learning, striving to create a new path.
  • You’re addressing your criminogenic needs.
  • You’re working to reconcile with society, as you may have a request from the court later.
  • You’ve created a Pre-Set schedule for the list of books you’d like to read, so it’s not the responsibility of just one person and, therefore, cheaper for all.

AT HOME – Someone could also start a simple website for you, entering your daily routines.

  • While this can’t change the past – It Can Create Future Opportunities to influence:
  • A more successful journey through prison.
  • Earlier release date with possibly a shorter term on Supervised Release.
  • A more Persuasive Case for early termination of Supervised Release
  • A faster pathway to a successful career
  • From Amazon, purchase inexpensive softback note-lined journals,
  • But the BOP will only let them in if they have writing on the pages.

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.

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