The government announced a massive push to investigate people that applied for PPP loans. Some of those people will face charges for white-collar crime. Learn steps to prepare for leniency.
How to Get a Lower Sentence for Charges Related to PPP Fraud
We Help People Prepare for Lower Sentences
No one wants to face a criminal charge. Sadly, every day government investigators bring more people into the criminal justice system. If authorities bring charges in federal court, a sentencing hearing follows more than 80% of the time.
If you’ve been charged with a federal crime, learn steps to prepare for leniency. Watch the video below to learn from people who have taken affirmative steps to prepare for lower sentences.
Start Working Toward a Lower Sentence
I’m Michael Santos, with Prison Professors. I didn’t know how to prepare before sentencing. Instead, I trusted my defense attorney to make all preparations. In my case, that was a bad decision. My judge sentenced me to a much longer term than I should have received.
Don’t make that mistake.
Get resources to prepare yourself for leniency at sentencing.
We Learned from Federal Judges
Our team has extensive experience in preparing people for best outcomes from:
- Government investigations,
- Criminal judicial proceedings, and
Many people that go through such challenges do not have a guide to help them. Through our work of interviewing more than 1,000 people, including federal judges, we’ve developed expertise that you can use to start your preparations for success. Don’t take our word for it. Listen to a federal judge that responded to our questions about how a person could prepare for a lower sentence.