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Our services extend from pre-indictment through post-release. I promise to be with you every step of the way and never leave your side.
Post-Indictment / Pre-trial – Understand what you are up against.
Post-Plea / Trial – Learn how to reduce your sentencing exposure, obtain optimal positioning for bureau of prison programs and designation to the best facility given your individual circumstances during the critical pre-sentence investigation (PSI) and sentencing phases.
Post-Sentencing – Once convicted, the quality of the time a defendant serves can be as important as the length of their sentence. Obtain designation to the best facility, be prepared for prison, community custody and supervised release, gain entrance into Bureau of Prisons programs and decrease your time served, make sure that you obtain the proper treatment and medical care, lower bunk passes, and furloughs.
Post-Release – be prepared for community custody and supervised release, learn about new and pending legislation to increase your chances of succesful reintegration to the community and avoid recidivism.
Ask yourself – how much is a year or more of your life worth to you?
You owe it to yourself and your loved ones not to leave any stone unturned, do everything in your power to avoid or at least limit the amount of time any possible sentence may carry – prepare yourself for what may lie ahead.
No matter what stage of the indictment process you find yourself – we can help!
Patrick Boyce federal mitigation specialist at NCIA is an expert in the field of sentencing and prison consulting and a 2003 graduate of the RDAP program. Timing is critical so contact us as early in the process as possible. For a free no-obligation case analysis contact Patrick now!
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