Furlough From Federal Prison Camp
I’m happy to share a video I filmed with my good friend and client Steven Lamont. In this video, Steve talks about his current furlough from federal prison.
For some history, Steven and I have worked together for more than two years. When he hired me as his federal prison consultant he was in the early stages of his white collar crime investigation. He was unsure what is ultimate sentence could be. On our first call, he indicated it could be as long as 60 months in a federal prison camp. We started taking action immediately to improve his outcome.
Over the next two years, from February 2016 through his surrender in April 2018, Steve and I worked diligently to prepare for the inevitability of his imprisonment. Thankfully, as a result of our preparations, primarily due to his excellent work ethic and positive attitude, he received a sentence of just 27 months. That was a below guidelines sentence.
Steve has been at Tucson Federal Prison Camp for a year.
Like any prisoner, he has had ups and downs. In retrospect, he would do some things differently. In this video, he talks about his first year at Tuscon Prison Camp. He discusses how he qualified for a furlough from federal prison. He talks about how his family. He covers how he will spend the rest of time in federal prison, what he plans to do after his prison term and more. He also discusses the second furlough from federal prison he is due to take later this year.
This video was not scripted. Steve and I decided we would have a free-flowing conversation about his furlough from federal prison.
You will see that Steve is candid, upbeat, grateful and hopeful for the future. This 35 minute video will help you and your family better prepare for each stage of this journey through the federal prison system.