Get guidance on preparing for sentencing and sentence-mitigation strategies.
How will a criminal charge influence your future career?
How to Prepare Before Sentencing
How to Prepare For Life In Federal Prison
Facing a criminal charge disrupts a person’s life. A person needs a plan, a coach to help them see what is possible. Justin Paperny and his team offer invaluable guidance. They provide defendants with more clarity, helping them to understand how their early decisions influence better results. I endorse Justin’s work because of the value he brings to my clients. Rather than sinking in despair, defendants speak with Justin and get back on track, working in methodical ways toward better outcomes.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find a Lawyer?
If an individual anticipates that he or she will face a criminal charge, one of the first challenges will be to begin working with a lawyer. That isn’t easy. In most circumstances, people don’t know where to find a lawyer. They don’t know how to qualify a lawyer. And they don’t know how to work effectively with a lawyer. On our YouTube channel and podcast, we feature interviews with lawyers. Listen and learn more about the steps you should take before you hire a lawyer. Understand the fee structure. Understand your options. Make a more informed decision by interacting with other people who have been in similar situations. Invest your time to learn before you sign a retainer agreement that may result in six-figure expenditures.
How Will this Charge Influence My Family?
How Should I Manage my Business or Career?
What Does Sentence Mitigation Mean?
A comprehensive sentence-mitigation strategy will help you build an influential case on why you’re worthy of mercy. Do not be like an ostrich, burying your head in the sand with delusions that your attorney will do everything for you. Think about the proactive steps that you can begin taking today.
Begin by thinking about the judge. What thoughts does your judge have about every defendant that appears for sentencing? In what ways are you going to differentiate yourself from others?
The more introspective you become, the more effective you will be at preparing. Build a powerful case for leniency with your deliberate sentence-mitigation strategy. If you don’t know what works, then invest the time to learn best practices and strategies that other people have used. If you’d like to learn more, get our case study on sentence mitigation strategies.
What if My Lawyer Doesn't Explain Prison?
Forget it Justin, “people told me.” It wont work! Those people were talking about my plans to write a book that would prepare defendants for life in federal prison. Given all the mistakes I made before sentencing and federal prison, I knew they were wrong. I knew...
For several weeks our team has been offering a free character reference letter course.Inside the course, I discuss how sentencing videos can prepare you to obtain the shortest prison sentence. Yesterday, a student in the character reference letter course, sent me the...
If you think preparing for sentencing and prison is risky or too hard, wait until they hand you the bill for not doing anything! Imagine giving $175K to white-collar defense attorney only to be told months later, "don't worry about getting character letters. I'm not...