Entrepreneur: 9 Things to Know when Hiring a White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer

Hiring a defense attorney is a monumental task, and most are monumentally unprepared for the effort. By Jeff Grant, Reprinted from entrepreneur.com, Sept. 7. 2021 Hiring a white-collar defense lawyer is a monumental task — and one that most entrepreneurs and businesspeople, even those who are sophisticated legal consumers, are monumentally unprepared to do. I … Read more

Letters from Prison: Scott Farah

Scott Farah is currently incarcerated in the Satellite Camp at FCI Loretto in Cresson, Pennsylvania. He is a Member-in-Absentia of our online White Collar Support Group that meets on Monday evenings. We will celebrate our 250th weekly meeting on Monday, March 29, 2021, 7 pm ET, 4 pm PT; all Fellow Travelers are invited. I … Read more

I Went to Prison for SBA Loan Fraud – 7 Things to Know When Taking COVID-19 Relief Money

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the months after 9/11, I was frantic. But my fears had less to do with the tragedy at the World Trade Center and more to do with the fact that, after 10 years of rampant prescription opioid abuse, my business was failing. I was searching desperately for an out. Meanwhile, the television … Read more

Life Without Mom

By Steve Brase – Guest Blogger Steve and Kelly Brase first came to our attention because of their blog’s name,”Orange is the New Blog.”  Kelly is serving a three-year prison sentence & writes of her experiences from prison, even as life has changed significantly for Steve and their two children at home in California. We … Read more

Visiting My Brother In Prison, By Alison Grant

When my brother told me he might be going to prison, I couldn’t believe it.  In my eyes he could do no wrong.   I had been holding him up on a pedestal since I was a little girl. Even when he did things I didn’t agree with, he was my rock.  This time, however, he … Read more