Federal Prison Experts

Federal Prison Experts & Inmate Advocacy Services Since 2007

The MPM Group is nationally recognized and highly sought-after as both Federal Prison Experts and passionate Federal Inmate Advocates who are frequently called upon to contribute their unparalleled non-attorney expert services as they relate to post-conviction litigation support, inmate paralegal services, U.S. Bureau of Prisons (BOP) disciplinary/policy issues, Inmate Facility Transfers, Compassionate Releases, First/Second Chance or CARES Act assistance, BOP facility designation, BOP facility reporting preparation and myriad other Federal Inmate Advocacy issues that the client will no doubt face during any period of incarceration.

“It’s a worthy thing to fight for one’s freedom; it is another sight finer
to fight for another man’s.”    
-Mark Twain


MPM’s well-qualified Federal Prison Experts can assist in preparing the client for the requisite U.S. Probation Office’s Presentence Investigation (“PSI”) interview. Make no mistake – the completed PSI will be the eventual “Bible” that will be used by the sentencing judge as well as the BOP and then the assigned U.S. Probation Officer after release. MPM’s professional and experienced Federal Prison Experts/Consultants will also encourage certain recommendations on the Judgment & Commitment Order to facilitate possible post-sentencing reductions through the BOP Residential Drug Abuse Program (“RDAP” – which includes alcohol and prescription drugs), or the 2nd Chance Act of 2007/First Step Act of 2018, as well as the recommendations for certain facility designations for the client.

Federal Prison Experts will properly prepare the client for incarceration while assisting with possible BOP facility designation recommendations, those facility backgrounds, site photographs, bunk assignments, work details, etc. Succinctly, MPM strives to make the Reporting phase much less nerve-wracking for the client.

Lastly, MPM’s Federal Prison Experts stand ready to assist incarcerated clients with internal BOP policy issues, possible transfers (after 18-months) and disciplinary matters.

For more information concerning MPM’s expertise and capabilities as both Federal Prison Experts/Consultants and Inmate Advocates – please see below.

“Can anyone deny that now more than ever there is a crying need for trained advocates, strong, able, willing, and unafraid to stand between the accused citizen and the legions of society ranged against him – between the defendant and the embattled press, between the man under indictment and the public clamor of the moment.”   – Lloyd Paul Stryker

We combine our CJA approved investigative and legal research capabilities with nationally and judicially recognized experts to provide our clients with the very best – and most comprehensive – mitigation and advocacy support services available anywhere.

Federal Prison Experts

Areas of Non-Attorney Expertise

  • Post-Conviction Relief Support  [Appeals | §2255 | Motions] 
  • Compassionate/Early Releases 
  • Sentence Mitigation/Reduction Issues
  • PSI Preparation & Review
  • RDAP Admission Issues
  • Administrative Remedy Process
  • Facility Designation Issues
  • Prison Reporting Preparation
  • Legislative Liaison & Intervention
  • Inmate Civil Rights (§ 1983)
  • Expert Opinions-Reports
  • 2nd Chance Act of 2007
  • Medical Reviews
  • Inmate Disciplinary Process
  • Facility Transfers
  • Inmate Treaty Transfers
  • Sentence Commutations

“As a pro se litigant, you may not authorize another person who is not an attorney to appear for you, and you may not appear on behalf of another person. While you may receive help from fellow inmates or other non-attorneys in drafting your pleadings and other papers, you must personally sign your submission(s) and all additional papers filed with the court. 

U.S. District Court Guide for Pro Se Litigants (2022)

Federal Sentencing Issues

Post-Incarceration Consultation
and other Non-Attorney Services

  • Post-Incarceration Employment
  • Post-Incarceration Sobriety
  • Update Driver’s License/SSN Card
  • Law Enforcement “Red Flags”
  • Post-Incarceration Housing
  • Banking & Credit Options
  • Probation/Parole Compliance
  • Dangers of  “Association”

and much more

Start Early

Optimal results in most, if not all, federal presentence and sentencing matters is founded in a sound and comprehensive sentencing strategy from the very outset of the judicial process. Therefore, the early involvement of MPM consultants will facilitate addressing pre-arraignment issues; enhance the Presentence Investigation (PSI) interview preparation process as well as the subsequent review and amending of the completed PSI. Early involvement also affords both MPM consultants and defense counsel the opportunity to solicit expert opinions-reports and respond to unfavorable BOP facility designation issues in a timely fashion.

MPM’s expertise in Federal Inmate Advocacy issues traverses the BOP spectrum from eligibility for the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP), to obtaining the maximum Residential Reentry Center (Halfway House) eligibility pursuant to prevailing federal statutes/BOP policies, facility transfer requests, medical concerns, Compassionate Release/Furlough requests, all inmate disciplinary matters, Sentence Commutation Petitions, and formal submission of BOP Administrative Remedy Forms BP-9, BP-10, and BP-11 to name only a few.

For any questions or specifics on Sentence Mitigation-Reductions,
Inmate Advocacy Issues, or any of our other many services,
simply click on CONTACT US.

Disclaimer: The MPM Group is not a law firm and no member of its staff is authorized to render legal advice. As such, information obtained from our firm should not be considered a substitute for the advice of an attorney and it in no way creates an attorney-client relationship. Our consulting services and related reports are designed to provide our clients with the most authoritative and accurate information currently available concerning the subject matter requested; however, the information contained in any MPM report, verbal or written, is not necessarily prepared by persons licensed to practice law. Should you require specific legal advice, we recommend you contact a licensed attorney.

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