If you, a loved one, or a client has been sentenced to an extended prison sentence, you may feel like the outlook is grim. After all, the prospect of spending years, decades, or even your entire life in prison is enough to dampen your hope for a better future. Fortunately, things aren't always as bleak as they may seem.
In these situations, inmates will typically have the opportunity to appear before the Board of Parole Hearings to demonstrate their insight into their offense to appeal to the Board of Parole Hearings. If the inmate can convince them that they're suitable for release, their sentence - even a life sentence - can be reduced. Board Preparation is a book that's written to help inmates all over CA put themselves in a position to receive parole and turn themselves into contributing members of society.
The process of appealing to the Board of Parole Hearings is relatively simple, but convincing them that an inmate is suitable for parole is anything but. Through the use of various documents and a careful analysis of behavior and personal change, the board will decide if the inmate is suitable to return to society as a safe, productive citizen.
Gaining parole isn't just about proving that the inmate won't commit further crimes; they also need to prove that they know how to integrate into society. Even if a prisoner has the best intentions, if they don't have the knowledge and resources to acquire a productive lifestyle, they may slip back into their old ways due to a lack of better options. This book can help them truly improve themselves.
Board Insight Consulting, LLC, aims to give inmates the resources they need to gain parole. The author, Brad Kohler, was once incarcerated for a 15 years to life sentence, and during his time, he gained nine college degrees and made it his goal to help people in his position improve their lives. Click here to buy a copy of this life-changing book.
I read the book over and over. I did the work or suggested and I gain additional insight. I was working 8-10 hours a day on that book and I applied all the information on paper and got a grant.
I really learned so much from this book because it’s simple, easy to understand and learn from. The way Brad breaks down each subject in the process to prepare you for Board review truly showed me that it’s not so hard. Most information about the Board hearing and the FAD were so overwhelming and left me feeling like I will never get out. But this book came to me 3.5 months before my hear and showed me step by step and now I am confident in the work I’ve completed because of this book. I definitely recommend it!