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Authorities work hard to build solid cases to convict people. You’ve got to work equally as hard to mitigate those challenges.

We help people prepare for the best possible outcome at every stage of the journey. If you’re willing to listen, learn, and collaborate with us, we’ll help you restore confidence and work toward a better outcome.

Some people don’t get this message until it’s too late. Defense attorneys sometimes tell their clients that there isn’t anything to do. They advise a person to wait for proceedings to play out.

Yet when authorities charge people with crimes, they begin working to convict. People who’ve become defendants, on the other hand, spin out of control with anxiety. With a criminal charge hanging over a person’s head, life goes on hold.

Our team believes that it’s never too early, and it’s never too late to begin preparing for a better outcome.

And Dr. Phil agrees!

The short video clip I attach offers suggestions we offer to our clients. Listen to four points all people should start thinking about if authorities have charged them with a crime.

You and your loved ones know why you don’t belong in prison. It’s time to start working to make sure the judge knows, too.

I’m Justin Paperny:

As co-founder of white-collar advice, I work with a team of mitigation-specialists, We assist people who face judicial proceedings, sentencing hearings, or possibilities of imprisonment. I encourage you to review our website. Learn what you’re able. Don’t make the mistake of being a sheep, relying exclusively upon your attorney who may or may not have an interest in listening to you, or understanding all of the complications you’re facing.

Our team can help. 

You can download a free copy of my book, Lessons from Prison by entering your email above. Or if you’d like to get on a call, my personal cell phone number is 818-424-2220.

Justin is one of the most competent people I know. I can’t recommend him enough.

Shon Hopwood

Professor of Law, Georgetown University

Retaining Justin has been one of the best decisions I have made. Justin has given me two incredibly important things: peace of mind and a plan. 

David Applegate

Part fixer, part advisor and therapist, Justin is uniquely qualified, with close ties to Hollywood and high-profile defense attorneys.

Washington Post