Carl Jung’s Wisdom Guides Federal Judge's Sentence

Our client’s case took a bad turn last February when a federal judge, frustrated by his actions, labeled him “an absolute menace to society” and ordered him into custody.

When he called me from the detention center later that day, I told him to expect 60 months in federal prison–the maximum under his plea.

From the detention center, he embraced our “Preparing for Success After Prison” course, immersing himself daily. This was more than just reading a book with some lessons–it was a daily reading and writing project with the simple goal of trying to persuade a cynical Judge that he could do better through his daily actions.

Nine months later, our client was sentenced. During the hearing, the Judge noted his progress (our client had written more than 100 pages), then referenced a quote from Carl Yung, “You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do.” When we heard that, we knew his work paid off. He was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison.

If you’re facing a similar situation, learn from our client and take action to change the narrative. The sooner, the better.

Justin Paperny

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