Every state that has State Parole, State Commutation and a State Pardon process have different guidelines for state prison inmates regarding eligibility. State Prison Advocates and State Parole Experts know every state’s guidelines, rules, regulations and the format needed to file for the most successful parole, commutation or pardon outcome.
State Prison Advocates and State Parole Experts also look at the state prison inmate as more than just the crime he/she committed. They look into all aspects of state prison inmates lives prior to the crime, family problems, and drug and alcohol abuse, what were the circumstances of his/her crime, what was the mindset of the state prison inmate at the time of the crime, does the state prison inmate have or have had any mental health problems, or physical disabilities, etc., etc…
State Parole, State Commutations and State Pardons are supposed to be granted on what the state prison inmate has done once incarcerated not what he/she was incarcerated for. This part is essential and having State Prison Advocates or State Parole Experts who make that argument clear is important.
You never forget the state prison crime and it should be summarized by priority importance by the State Prison Advocates or State Parole Experts that make the argument of who “you” are today, what you have done towards state prisoner rehabilitation, state prisoner education efforts and state prisoner job training
There are so many important pieces of information that must be included in state prison inmate packages for State Parole, State Commutation or State Pardon requests that most times when state prison inmates do their own package the pieces are often times left out. One of those parts is the transition piece which details where and what a state prison inmate would do if he/she was granted an early state prison release from State Prison.
Shakeerah S. Long – Assistant Director of State Prison Advocates a division of Justice Solutions of America, Inc., having decades of experience as a State Parole Expert and nationally known in the field. Ms. Long works independently and with an expert team of State Prison Advocates and State Parole Experts who are experienced in State Parole, State Commutation and State Pardon matters.