About us……No one is fully prepared for what is about to happen. You realize that you are going to prison and you face incarceration, but you have no idea of the process involved, what to expect, and how to deal with the overall situation. You are experiencing fear, apprehension, and anxiety. Will there be gangs, will I be raped, will I be beaten up? These are all questions that confronted me before my journey to Federal Prison. In addition, there are other questions. How will your family go on without you? What about income, your personal property, assets, your job? How will you get along without your family? You are facing a situation in which you have absolutely no control. You have heard many stories about prison life from books, television, movies, and the news media. Is it really like Oz, Prison Break, or the Shawshank Redemption? You don’t know what is true and what is false and worse yet, you don’t know where to go to get the truth. It is the fear of not knowing that is adding to your mounting fear and apprehension.
"How will your family go on without you? What about income, your personal property, assets, your job? How will you get along without your family?"
"Prison—is it really like Oz, Prison Break or is it like the Shawshank Redemption?"
I was a white-collar offender and spent twenty-nine months in a Federal Prison Camp in Miami, Florida. I also spent three months in a halfway house and thirty-six months on supervised release. The Miami Federal Prison Camp certainly wasn’t “Club Fed” by any stretch of the imagination. I know from personal experience that serving time in a federal facility isn’t easy, especially for first time white-collar offenders. From the very first day I was incarcerated, I felt overwhelmed and under informed. I had no idea what to expect, how to act, or what to do. The Bureau of Prisons' staff (BOP) wasn't especially helpful and basically I was lost. I had no idea how to handle the day to day nonsense and idiocy of the BOP system, including dealing with other inmates. PCG, a.k.a., Prison Consulting Group, was an outgrowth of my prison experience. My time and experiences in Federal Prison made me determined to form a prison consulting company that would provide valuable assistance and aid to federal prison offenders and their families to help them prepare for and manage federal incarceration. Through the Prison Consulting Group I have developed programs and techniques to properly position our clients for eligibility and acceptance into various BOP programs including the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program. This program has the potential of dramatically reducing the length of actual time served by the client. I made it through my ordeal, and I can help you and your family make it also.
"I have developed programs and techniques to properly position our clients for eligibility and acceptance into various BOP programs including the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program. This program has the potential of dramatically reducing the length of actual time served by the client.?"
We provide clear concise answers to your questions, fears, and concerns. PCG provides an ongoing reference and a support system for you and your family. There is nothing that can completely eliminate all the anxiety and fear about doing time in prison. Yet the insightful and timely information, services, and programs provided by PCG can help to dispel the anxiety and fears that you are now facing. PCG clearly provides accurate information based on personal experiences so you know what to expect and how to deal with it. Armed with this arsenal of information, you will be much better equipped to make this transition than those individuals not equipped with with the services of PCG. PCG was formed with one main focus in mind. It was created to help, support, and educate those people facing federal incarceration. I was sentenced to twenty-nine (29) in a Federal Prison Camp. I spent 29 months in a Federal Prison Camp FPC and then spent 3 months in a halfway house and 36 months on supervised release. You will benefit from by knowledge and experiences.
I vividly remember my fears, anxieties, and concerns as well as those of my family. PCG was developed to alleviate your fears, anxieties, and concerns. PCG captures my experiences and my realities as they happened, as I experienced it. I know what services and support I needed during my prison existence and did not have. I know the pain and anguish my family faced and endured. This is why the Prison Consulting Group and all of its programs and services were developed. They were developed and created to help you. From Sentence Reduction Positioning to practical knowledge and education about the Bureau of Prisons and its programs, we can help you.
PCG provides assistance to not only defendants and their families, but also to the criminal defense attorneys who represent you and other members of the bar. PCG works closely with your legal team and also offers seminars and services to legal associations and criminal defense attorneys to help support their clients in BOP oriented programs. Contact our office for information and details.
"PCG offers seminars and services to legal associations and criminal defense attorneys to help support their clients in BOP
Contact UsPlease contact us by telephone, email, or fax. The information in this website only represents a small part of our services, knowledge, and capabilities. Contact us now for your free confidential consultation. We are always interested in hearing from prospective clients and will be glad to answer any and all questions. All communications are strictly confidential.
Office: (727) 678-4400
Fax: (727) 683-9985
11726 106th Court
Largo, Florida 33778
Prison Consulting Group currently has over eighteen programs that will assist you before and during your time of incarceration.
- Sentence Reduction Techniques
- Pre-Sentence Interview Preparation
- Pre-Sentence Document Preparation
- Pre-Sentence Report Examination
- BOP Facility Designation
- Judicial Recommendations
- RDAP Eligibility Assessment &
Positioning Paper (REAPP)
- Administrative Remedy Program
- Furlough Requests
- Transfer Requests
- Halfway House (CCC) Placement
- Inmate Perks and Upgrades
- Individual Client Research
- Visiting Regulations
- Mothers & Infants Together (MINT)
- Consultation with your Legal Defense Team
- Second Chance Act Increased Halfway House Time
- Many other programs
56 Reasons for PCG
There are some aspects of federal prison that even your attorney may not be familiar with. We are specialists; experts at positioning you to take advantage of the Bureau of Prisons programs and policies.
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