Sentencing Mitigation & Inmate Advocacy

Federal Sentencing Mitigation & Inmate Advocacy Issues

Professional • Experienced • Results Driven

“Can anyone deny that now more than ever there is a crying need for trained advocates, strong, able, willing, and unafraid to stand between the accused citizen and the legions of society ranged against him – between the defendant and the embattled press, between the man under indictment and the public clamor of the moment.”   – Lloyd Paul Stryker

We combine our CJA approved investigative and legal research capabilities with nationally and judicially recognized experts to provide our clients with the very best – and most comprehensive – mitigation and advocacy support services available anywhere.

Areas of Expertise

  • Sentence Mitigation/Reduction Issues
  • PSI Preparation & Review
  • RDAP Admission Issues
  • Administrative Remedy Process
  • Facility Designation Issues
  • Prison Reporting Preparation
  • Legislative Liaison & Intervention
  • Expert Opinions-Reports
  • 2nd Chance Act of 2007
  • Medical Reviews
  • Inmate Disciplinary Process
  • Facility Transfers
  • Inmate Treaty Transfers
  • Sentence Commutations

Federal Sentencing Issues


“Before everything else, getting ready is the secret to success.” Henry Ford

Start Early

Optimal results in most, if not all, federal presentence and sentencing matters is founded in a sound and comprehensive sentencing strategy from the very outset of the judicial process. Therefore, the early involvement of MPM consultants will facilitate addressing pre-arraignment issues; enhance the Presentence Investigation (PSI) interview preparation process as well as the subsequent review and amending of the completed PSI. Early involvement also affords both MPM consultants and defense counsel the opportunity to solicit expert opinions-reports and respond to unfavorable BOP facility designation issues in a timely fashion.

MPM’s expertise in Federal Inmate Advocacy issues traverses the BOP spectrum from eligibility for the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP), to obtaining the maximum Community Corrections Center (Halfway House) eligibility pursuant to the 2nd Chance Act of 2007, facility transfer requests, medical concerns, Compassionate Release/Furlough requests, all inmate disciplinary matters, Sentence Commutation Petitions, and formal submission of BOP Administrative Remedy Forms BP-9, BP-10, and BP-11 to name only a few.

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Inmate Advocacy Issues, or any of our other many services,
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Disclaimer: The MPM Group is not a law firm and no member of its staff is authorized to render legal advice. As such, information obtained from our firm should not be considered a substitute for the advice of an attorney and it in no way creates an attorney-client relationship. Our consulting services and related reports are designed to provide our clients with the most authoritative and accurate information currently available concerning the subject matter requested; however, the information contained in any MPM report, verbal or written, is not necessarily prepared by persons licensed to practice law. Should you require specific legal advice, we recommend you contact a licensed attorney.

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The MPM Group, Inc. supports FedCure® and their efforts to quickly transition non-violent inmates back into society. Accordingly, depending on the nature or services requested, MPM may, on occasion, sub-contract the services of worthy one-time convicted “white collar” defendants to assist our firm with specific assignments.  

Federal agencies that The MPM Group successfully interacts with on a regular basis

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