CLEMENCY THROUGH OWNERSHIP
CLEMENCY: COMMUTATIONS & PARDONS
COMMUTATION: When the President grants them, inmates are released from prison early.
PARDON: When the President grants them, former inmates get their rights restored, most sought after right...firearms.
Ownership strengthens a clemency petition
As a former DOJ attorney, I worked at the Office of the Pardon Attorney (OPA) for 5 of my 10 year career under the Bush, Obama & Trump administrations.
DEMYSTIFYING THE PROCESS WITH AN OPA INSIDER
THIS LAW FIRM FOCUSES
I prepare Presidential Pardon applications and commutations for individuals with federal convictions by focusing on ownership
Ownership is figurative and literal. Own up to the mistake by accepting responsibility, own the information available, and own a skill, education, business, etc.
Formerly incarcerated individuals face many challenges in obtaining gainful employment. Business ownership is an avenue in which formerly incarcerated individuals can begin to successfully reenter society, and establish the stability necessary for a strong petition for executive clemency.
Incarcerated individuals can begin the process towards business ownership by taking full advantage of BOP programs, which will assist in their petitions for executive clemency.
YOUR FEDERAL EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY EXPERT
It is extremely rare for federal executive clemency to be granted, so it is important to present a thorough, well prepared, persuasive petition to gain and keep the attention of the attorneys responsible for making favorable recommendations the President.
For 5 of the 10 years of my career at the U.S. Department of Justice, I was one of the few attorneys reviewing these petitions.
The other 5 years I was a BOP senior attorney and a prosecutor.
I am uniquely qualified to prepare a strong petition on your behalf.
Contact me to find out more!
Based in Dallas, Texas, with services offered nationwide, the firm seeks to provide access to individuals with federal convictions to have their applications prepared by an attorney who used to review the applications and recommend them favorably to the President.