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Jeremiah Bourgeois -- Consultant
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About: At age 14, Jeremiah Bourgeois became one of the youngest children in the United States to be sentenced to life without parole. He was freed after 27 years due to the US Supreme Court's decision in Miller v. Alabama (2012), and six months later he became a law student at Gonzaga University School of Law. While confined, he wrote articles in law journals, was cited as secondary authority by an intermediate appellate court, became a columnist for a criminal justice news site, and was the first imprisoned person to become a member of Scribes--The American Society of Legal Writers. Upon being freed, he began lecturing at law schools, to legislators, and at corporate law offices. Six months later he became a JD candidate at Gonzaga University School of Law.
Larry Levine - Ex Inmate - Prison Consultant & Criminal Justice Expert
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About: Larry Jay Levine is a prison consultant and expert on prison life and the criminal justice system. In 2007 he founded Wall Street Prison Consultants, a firm providing assistance to lawyers and Defendants in Federal Court criminal proceedings. He can be reached 24 hours a day at 213.219.9033 and have expert knowledge and can provide story commentary on Prison Riots, Prison-Escapes, Prison-Inmate Survival, Federal Sentencing, Narcotics-Trafficking, Fraud, Prison-Gangs and Dirty Cops. He was arrested in 1998 by an FBI-DEA Organized-Crime Task-Force, and convicted of narcotics-trafficking, securities-fraud, racketeering, and automatic-weapons, and was sentenced to ten years federal prison and severed time at 11 prisons educating himself in federal criminal law. In 2005, he filed a Habeas-Corpus claiming the DOJ had violated inmate's rights and caused hundreds of inmates to be transferred around the U.S.Upon release he began helping defendants with prison survival and qualify for Federal Sentence Reduction Early Releases.
 




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