The Probation Paradox (Part Two)

By: Jeff Krantz No one seemed enthusiastic to have me receive a custodial sentence. The prosecution put up a half hearted, pro forma argument for why they believed justice would be served in my spending at least a minimum of time within a low security federal prison. In the end they raised no objection to … Read more

My Journey To FMC Rochester

In August 2021, I pleaded guilty to wire fraud & was sentenced to 27 months in Federal prison. Naturally, I was concerned about where I would be assigned to serve my sentence; I wanted to be close to home in Minneapolis, MN and assigned to a camp. Through my attorney I requested the camp in … Read more

Podcast: Jeff Grant On The Lawyer Millionaire With Darren Wurz.

From Crisis To Triumph With Jeff Grant In this insightful episode of The Lawyer Millionaire Podcast, host Darren Wurz sits down with Jeff Grant, a remarkable figure in the legal field who has turned his tumultuous journey into a beacon of hope for others. Beyond his personal struggles in the past- a past riddled with … Read more

The Probation Paradox (Part One)

By: Jeff Krantz It will be on the short list of things your mind will immediately focus on once the federal prosecutors inform you that they intend to charge you. “How do I stay out of prison?” Deferred prosecution having been removed from the table; probation now becomes the golden ticket. At this point, if … Read more

A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: Progressive Diversion & Reentry, by Jeff Grant and Chloe Coppola

Progressive Diversion & Reentry, “Problem-to-Pardon” Case Management This article imagines a cohesive, integrated system that shepherds people through and beyond their criminal justice issues and incentivizes the community to assist them. On an early turn playing the famous board game The Game of Life, you have a choice to make: go to college or start … Read more