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People Are Securing Early Release Due to COVID-19

The Coronavirus pandemic has proved a relentless threat to everybody, and no less to those in prison. Fatality tolls are still rising with a deadly consistency, and there is still no indication as to whether a vaccine can be found in time or even at all. For governments all over the world who are still … Continue reading People Are Securing Early Release Due to COVID-19

READ MORE 05/26/2020

Prison Sentence Reduction

Prison Sentence Reduction

Sentencing comes after conviction and for most that find themselves facing this process, the usual feeling is one of resignation. Since guilt seems to have been proven beyond a reasonable doubt, there is a tendency to simply sit and accept whatever follows. After all, there’s nothing you can do. However, that is almost always wrong. … Continue reading Prison Sentence Reduction

READ MORE 01/23/2020

New Laws to Help Reduce Juvenile Offender Sentences

New Laws to Help Reduce Juvenile Offender Sentences

Thousands Of Inmates Eligible To Have Sentences Reduced. Inmates within the states of California, Mississippi, Louisiana and Illinois all have recently seen significant new laws regarding the sentencing of juvenile offenders following the government’s attempts to obtain fairness in sentencing of offenders who were juveniles at the time of their offenses. New Juvenile Laws PDF

READ MORE 10/10/2013

NLPA helps counsel use new Crack law to reduce a Defendant's sentence by ten years

NLPA helps counsel use new Crack law to reduce a Defendant’s sentence by ten years

NLPA HELPS COUNSEL USE NEW CRACK LAW TO REDUCE A DEFENDANT’S SENTENCE BY TEN YEARS! Often, NLPA is contacted by attorneys who represent federal criminal defendants who are in need of sentencing assistance, given the wide array of arguments that can be made in favor of sentences below what is called for by the United … Continue reading NLPA helps counsel use new Crack law to reduce a Defendant’s sentence by ten years

READ MORE 10/09/2013

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