I am writing to discuss an issue that defendants often overlook during their probation interview. Too many defendants don’t share enough information during the interview and do not know how to seize opportunities to advance their interests. That explains why so many interviews last about 20 minutes and the completed report fails to include essential information that can help lead to a shorter federal prison sentence. Further, not knowing how to influence the probation report can lead to problems in prison, including not qualifying for early-release programs.

If you are facing a probation interview, it is crucial to be prepared. I am excited to introduce you to our Probation Report Course. Our course will help you learn the skills needed to prepare for your probation interview and ensure you do not make the same mistakes as many others.

Probation Interview Coursework Includes:

  • Overview of the PreSentence Report
  • What Happens If The Probation Officers Forgets to Ask You a Question
  • How to Respond To Background Questions During the Interview
  • Mental Health/Substance Abuse/ Alcohol
  • What Do you Do Now/ Moving Forward
  • Identify Problems in the Probation Report
  • What Happens After the Probation Interview
  • And more…

During our course, you will learn the most effective techniques for presenting your story and addressing any concerns the probation officer may have. You will know how to answer questions in a way that demonstrates your commitment to making things right and showcases your potential for future success.

Our team has extensive experience working with defendants facing probation interviews and has developed a comprehensive course covering all the critical elements you need to succeed. The course is easy to follow and can be completed at your own pace.

If you want to learn more about our Probation Report Course, please sign up or schedule a call here. You can also contact us directly at 949-878-2127 if you have any questions.

Justin Paperny

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Justin Paperny