Navigating the Feds: A Guide to Navigating the Process of Prosecution and Imprisonment (Paperback)
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Back Page This book is a "must have" for any American undergoing federal prosecution or sentencing. Some of the included information and advice is as follows: How to survive an initial allegation, arrest, and appearance before a federal magistrate judge. How to hire a criminal defense attorney. How to survive U.S. Pretrial Services, Bail, and Bond. Courtroom etiquette How to prepare for trial or decide if you want to take a plea bargain. How to negotiate an intelligent plea bargain to your advantage. How to go through trial. How to prepare for a sentencing hearing. How to understand the federal sentencing guidelines. Federal detention centers, prison security policies, and safety issues. How to enter the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). Federal inmate trust fund accounts. Interesting miscellaneous resources. Special circumstances, such as marriage, divorce, bankruptcy, closing your business, and child support. Portions of this book were written by an experienced trial attorney. Other sections were written by federal inmates and family members of inmates. This book is designed to help you navigate through the vast sea of federal bureaucracy. It will help you "Navigate the Feds.