Federal Prison Consultantancy


Taking control and getting organized is crucial when dealing with any process, especially when it comes to entering prison. It is important to keep in mind that the further you get into the process, the less control you will have over certain aspects of your life. However, there are many things you can do ahead of time to ensure that you are as prepared as possible.

We have a systematic way to prepare your loved ones to succeed while you are away.  They are processes that have been tested and proven successful and is what many consultants overlook.

  • One key aspect to consider is your finances. Do you make monthly payments using credit cards? If so, it is important to figure out what steps you need to take to ensure that your bills continue to be paid while you are incarcerated. This can include setting up automatic payments or designating someone to manage your finances while you are away.
  • Another important consideration is your health. Before entering prison, it is important to visit every doctor you have and get any necessary prescriptions. Taking care of your health beforehand can help ensure that you are in the best possible shape to handle the challenges of prison life.
  • Additionally, it is a good idea to obtain your GED, high school transcript, and college transcript before entering prison. Having these documents on hand can be helpful when seeking educational opportunities while incarcerated.
  • Finally, consider getting a Power of Attorney. This will allow you to designate someone to make important decisions about your life in your absence. Taking these steps can help you feel more prepared and in control as you navigate the complex process of entering prison.
  • There are many more things you can do to get ready for this challenging experience, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Whether it’s providing guidance on legal matters or connecting you with resources in your community, we are committed to helping you prepare for this next chapter in your life.

In today’s world, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to trust the people we work with. This is especially true when it comes to something as serious as the criminal justice system.

Hiring someone whom you can trust to give you honest and accurate information about what it’s like to go through the process as a defendant is absolutely essential.


A prison consultant has the expertise and experience to help you navigate each step of the process and provide you with invaluable insights into what life is really like behind bars.


Of course, not all prison consultants are created equal. It’s important to find someone who has firsthand experience with the criminal justice system, and who has spent time in prison themselves.

This is where consultants like those at Federal Prison Consultancy really shine. We can provide you with the kind of guidance and support that only someone who has been there can truly offer. But it’s not just about knowledge and expertise – it’s also about emotional support.

Going through the legal system can be an incredibly stressful and emotional experience, and having someone you can call and ask questions you might be afraid to ask anyone else can be a real lifesaver.

Having a prison consultant on your side can be invaluable for your mental and emotional well-being, and can help you stay strong and focused as you navigate this difficult time. In short, if you’re facing legal troubles and need help navigating the criminal justice system, a prison consultant is an absolute must.

With their knowledge, expertise, and emotional support, you’ll have everything you need to get through this difficult time and come out the other side stronger than ever.

At Federal Prison Consultancy, we are here to support you and your family. Mark Varacchi was a defendant in both criminal and civil matters, and he understands the support needed and has been in your shoes. Each person has specific concerns or worries based on their individual circumstances, and with our client-tailored approach, we will listen to you and help guide and prepare you for prison. 

Whether you’ve just received a target letter, or a group of federal agents showed up at your door and you’re in panic mode, we will be there to help explain the process, guide you through the next steps, and explain how you can take an active role in the process. 

  • If you need help understanding what a PSI is, we can walk you through the various sections. 
  • If you or your loved ones need advice and help with character letters – how many you should have, who should write them, and if they’re even worth it – we will talk you through it. 
  • If you have questions about what to expect in prison, we can talk you through the situations you will likely face and give you advice on how to get your affairs in order before you go in. 
  • If you need a quick course on what to expect from pre-trial services, the day of arraignment, a guilty plea, trial or sentencing, or life in prison, we can walk you through it, answer your questions, and address your concerns.
A prison consultant is a professional who provides guidance and support to individuals who are facing incarceration. They offer services such as pre-sentencing advice, prison preparation, and post-release planning. A prison consultant can help their clients understand the legal system, prepare for the challenges of prison life, and mitigate the negative impact of incarceration on their families and careers. They may also provide guidance on how to navigate the complex prison bureaucracy, access educational and vocational programs, and develop a support network behind bars. Additionally, they may offer advice on how to present oneself in court, negotiate plea deals, and obtain sentence reductions. Overall, the goal of a prison consultant is to help their clients survive and thrive during and after their time in prison.
A prison consultant cannot provide legal advice. Federal Prison Consultancy will work alongside your attorney or legal team. We are always cognizant not to overstep where our core competencies lie. A prison consultant works with the client in understanding the process and providing targeted advice.
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