My Services
prison consultant
prison conslutant
prison consultant
Trust and Discretion.  You are at a turbulent point in your life.  You need a friend, a guide, someone you can trust and turn to during your darkest hour.  I will be here for you.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
I offer two programs.  I can come to you or work with you over the phone and internet.  The Military has a boot camp program to train and prepare soliders, this is MY version of prison boot camp.  I consule you as well as your family as to what to expect from both ends, what the incarcerated person should expect as well as coping skills for your family that you leave behind.  When I am finished you will be more than prepared for any prison environment AND your family will be at ease and know how to deal with the emotionally loss of you no longer being there.  I believe this to be important, family is everything, going to prison can certainly destroy a family, I will provide tools and techinques so that you lose only your freedom, not your family.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
I can assist you and your lawyer with certain "loopholes" that MOST attorneys have absolutely no clue about, as most lawyers rarely practice federal law (the majority of a lawyers bread and butter cases are STATE CRIMINAL CASES).  My guidance, I am not a lawyer and cannot and will not give legal advice, could reduce your sentence.  There is a Federal Program called RDAP (Residential Drug and Alcohol Program) which will allow for you to get to time knocked off your sentence but ONLY if you quailfy, there are loopholes which I am aware of that will GUARANTEE that you qualify.  For three years I worked as a clerk within the Federal Prison Library system, the BOP (Bureau of Prisons) literally paid me to assist other inmates with post-conviction relief efforts.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
I can help you get designated to a minimum security prison.  A majority of the time the BOP initially classifies an inmate as "Medium Security."  While working in the law library one of my daily chores was to review inmates "points" against the "Custody Classification Manual."  I am  an expert in this field.  This is a field which I am SURE your lawyer knows nothing about.  Your lawyers job will be to handle your case before a federal court.  Without my assistance, and I am NOT using this as a fear tactic, you will almost certainly be MISCLASSIFIED.  When you are "misclassified" you will STILL have to stay at the higher security facility, whether it be a penitentiary or medium security prison, for at least 6 months and THEN request for a transfer to the PROPER facility (this can take up to another 6 months to a year).  I can help have you placed in a minium security facility from day one.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Learn prison etiquette.  Having been a former prison inmate, literally growing up in there, I can teach you how to "carry yourself" around potentially dangerous people and come out unscathed.  Respect and manners  are everything but there are certain very unique ones that you only find in prison.  When I am finished with you other prisoners will observe you walking onto the prison yard and ask not, "Who's the new guy," but rather, "Where did he get transfered from."  You will walk the walk and talk the talk, part of the reason we will be spending so much time together.  You will know, by heart, EVERY aspect of day to day prison life and need advice from no one.  The moment you enter prison you will know exactly what to expect, there will be no surprises.  You will know how to find a spot in the "chowhall" (dinning room) to sit and eat without disrespecting others, how to get your laundry, find your housing unit, use a commissary form, "call-out" form (request form), proper ways to address other prisoners, and many unwritten rules, like never spit in the sink when brushing your teeth, you ALWAYS spit in the toliet.  Many "problems" and altercations that most new prisoners encounter will be avoided.  If you learn and practice what I teach you I guarantee getting assaulted or raped will be completely avoidable.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Prison exercise routine.  Prison can take its toll on you both mentally and physically.  It is VERY important that you workout and exercise.  Just think, when you're not they are.  You need a basic routine that will keep you in shape, show the other prisoners you might not be the one to "step to," and overall it will help with your stress levels.  In short, your workout will keep you safe, sane, and straight.  I will teach you a routine that most inmates use.  This will further stregenth your reputation as not the "new" guy but the guy who has obviously done time before, at least from a glance.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Self Defense.  I could teach you everything I know, all the do's and don'ts, but sometimes other inmates might be having a bad day and are searching for someone to take it out on.  IF they target you I will teach you how to defend yourself, even how to make a "shank" (prison knife) type of bullet proof vest.  I once saw a man literally carry his face in his hands while a guard led him out of a building (another inmate poured boiling water mixed with sugar onto his face and it literally cooked and fell off, hanging only by the chin).  If you are caught with a shank it is now punishable by more time and I DO NOT recommend having one BUT I will teach you how to make one out of everything from a piece of plexiglass (it won't be detected when you walk through a metal detector) to a stryofoam cup (it is a process of melting it down and hardening it) JUST IN CASE you have NO OTHER OPTIONS.  Again I will teach you to avoid conflict and do not recommend violence but in the event it will be unavoidable you will be educated on how to adequately protect yourself.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Cooking.  It's not a mystery that prison food is far from  tasty.  I will teach you how to enhance the food that they flop on your tray in the chowhall as well as how to cook some rather tasty meals in your housing unit or cell block.  A quick way to make friends is through their stomach, whether it be in the free world or in prison.  My prison nacho recipe is simply delicious.  I still make it to this day, it's that good.
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Education.  There are over 122 federal prisons scattered across the United States.  All institutions offer literacy classes, English as a Second Language, parenting classes, wellness education, adult continuing education, library services, and instruction in leisure-time activities.
In most cases, inmates who do not have a high school diploma or a General Educational Development (GED) certificate must participate in the literacy program for a minimum of 240 hours or until they obtain the GED. Non-English-speaking inmates must take English as a Second Language.
Vocational and occupational training programs are based on the needs of the inmates, general labor market conditions, and institution labor force needs. An important component is on-the-job training, which inmates receive through institution job assignments and work in Federal Prison Industries. The Bureau also facilitates post-secondary education in vocational and occupationally oriented areas. Some traditional college courses are available, but inmates are responsible for funding this coursework.
Not all prisons offer the same traditional college courses but I can help you sort through them and find a prison that might better suit your education needs if you are looking to further your education. 
prison consultant
prison consultant
prison consultant
Find the BEST job in prison.  The Federal Bureau of Prisons REQUIRES that you find a job.  It is YOUR responsiblity to find employment within the prison you are designated at.  If you do not find a job they will most likely place you in "food service" (the kitchen).  YOU DO NOT want to work in the kitchen.  The kitchen is prone to violence and everyone is trying to steal what they can to sell back on the yard.  Unicor (Federal Prison Industries) is an option but there is a lengthy waiting list as it has the highest paying jobs within the prison and there is much backstabbing going on and your position or job is always in jeopardy.  The BEST place to work within any prison is the education department or library.  It is difficult to get one of these positions as they are the "sweetest" jobs within the prison system.  I worked more than five years in the Fedearl Prison Law Library as well as taught ESL (English as a Second Language) and tutored GED classes.  I can get you into the library or education department, I know the ins and outs of this process and GUARANTEE  your placement there if you follow my steps.  If you have any special skills I could show you how to start your own classes teaching whatever skill you might have.  Prison is a completely different world, you don't need to have any prior teaching skills to start a class.  Say you are a mortage broker, you can start a class on finance and how to purchase a home.  Whatever your skill set is, if you start a class, you will gain respect and other inmates will look up to you and protect you.  Knowledge is a powerful tool in a place where others are looking to turn their lives around.