California Prison Consultants, a division of Justice Solutions of America, Inc. was created with over 200 years of combined professional staff experience in paralegal, criminal justice, advocacy and corrections experience, to include specifically the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), the City of Los Angeles Correctional Services Division and various other correctional and advocacy related agencies. Our mission is to assist both defendants and inmates who are either indicted, sentenced, convicted or incarcerated for a federal crime, California state crime, City of Los Angeles crime or other California local correctional agencies within the State of California. Regrettably, based on the most current prison statistics recorded, the odds are not in favor of the defense and many will serve a term of incarceration in the Federal Bureau of Prisons for a Federal prison sentence, California CDCR or the City of Los Angeles Correctional Services Division for local sentences.
The chart on the right, shows the U.S. Prison Population as a whole is slowly decreasing. much by way of specialized ever-changing State Prison System Policies or State Prison Programs that are in place. In our expert opinion, planning as far in advance, prior to your state prison sentencing is the most effective way of minimizing your state prison term, as well as top-notch strategies for effective state prison placement (reception center designation) at the lowest security level and the fastest path towards release.
The left chart shows a slow reduction in private prison facility use for state prisonusage, over nearly a 10 year increase prior. The Federal Bureau of Prisons is eliminating the use of private prison facilities. State Department of Corrections or State Prison Systems are slowly reducing their use of private prison facilities and that proves to add to the complications of steering a path to minimizing a state prison sentence at the lowest security level and the fastest path towards release.