Advocate for Home Confinement

Start the process to help your loved one transfer from prison to HOME CONFINEMENT.

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You can do your due diligence to learn more about why our team can help you. We've been there and we know how to navigate the system successfully. Although no one can guarantee what the Bureau of Prisons will do, we can advocate on your behalf, or you can use our free resources to learn how to advocate for your loved ones.

 

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Our co-founder, Justin Paperny, leads our team of one-on-one consultants. See why national media turns to him for guidance. If you want the best possible outcome, learn how you can start preparing today.

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Feeling Worried About Covid 19 and Your Loved One in Prison?

 

Work through our free courses to learn how you can advocate effectively for your loved one in prison. If you want an expert, hire our team to assist you.

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We have extensive experience in navigating the complexities of the federal prisons system. For that reason, our team is well qualified to assist you or your loved one. During this global pandemic, it's important to work toward getting your loved one transferred to home confinement. Advocacy can help your loved one qualify.

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Time is of the essence if you have a loved one in prison. 

Each day, staff members go into the prison and they leave the prison. Although they may practice social distancing, the science shows that they may also carry the Covid-19 virus without showing any symptoms. They can bring that virus into the prison, where people are vulnerable. 

  • People in prison cannot move around freely.
  • People in prison cannot practice social distancing.
  • People in prison cannot wear masks, even though the CDC advises people to wear masks.

The Attorney General of the United States has directed the Bureau of Prisons to transfer people to home confinement. Yet staff members in the Bureau of Prisons do not always act in good faith. Some staff members have a track record of obstructing people that want to transfer to home confinement.

Rather than helping people transition to home confinement, many staff members block a person's efforts.  

For that reason, it’s imperative for all people in prison to have an advocacy campaign. Our team can help. 

My name is Michael Santos and I urge you to begin working to make your loved one a suitable candidate for transfer to home confinement. A Google search of my name will show you my credentials and experience of ADVOCATING FROM FEDERAL PRISON.

Although no one can guarantee whether the Bureau of Prisons will transfer your loved one from prison to home confinement, our team can guarantee to use all of our expertise to assist our clients, using the same techniques that empowered me through 26 years as a federal prisoner. 

Through this page and our other websites, we offer free resources that anyone can use to build an effective advocacy campaign.

If you do not have the time, the energy, or the confidence to advocate on behalf of your loved ones, considering hiring our team.

Do not leave your loved one’s fate to the discretion of case managers in the Bureau of Prisons. Launch an effective advocacy campaign today.

Hire our team, or use the resources on this page as a source of information to help you build your advocacy campaign today!

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DOJ Memo #1 to the Bureau of Prisons on March 26, 2020

Subject: Prioritization of Home Confinement as Appropriate in Response to Covid-19 Pandemic

Read all of the Memorandums that the Attorney General has written. Each of them show that the Department of Justice recognizes that prisons are unsafe in the era of the Coronavirus. Use these resources to help your loved one come home.

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DOJ Memo #2 to the Bureau of Prisons on April 3, 2020

Subject: Increasing the Use of Home Confinement at Institutions Most Affected by Covid-19

Read all of the Memorandums that the Attorney General has written. Each of them show that the Department of Justice recognizes that prisons are unsafe in the era of the Coronavirus. Use these resources to help your loved one come home.

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DOJ Memo #3 to the Bureau of Prisons on April 6, 2020

Subject: Litigating Pre-Trial Detention Issues

Read all of the Memorandums that the Attorney General has written. Each of them show that the Department of Justice recognizes that prisons are unsafe in the era of the Coronavirus. Use these resources to help your loved one come home.

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People are Dying in Prison

Learn what is happening in prisons across America. Use these resources to build a persuasive case to help your loved one transfer from prison to home confinement.

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