White Collar Prison (The End)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Six)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Five)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

BOP Administrative Remedy Process Explainer

BOP Program Statement 1330.18 By: Lynn Espejo This is my personal overview of the BOP’s Administrative Remedy Process. If you have followed my blog, you already know that I became quite familiar with the Administrative Remedy process during my 27 months stay in federal prison. If you, or someone you know, is either headed to … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Four)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Three)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

Jeff Grant On The 400th Meeting Of The White Collar Support Group™.

Innovation In Compliance With Tom Fox. Key Highlights: Innovation comes in many areas and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Jeff Grant, a compassionate leader and the co-founder of the White Collar Support Group™, a platform dedicated to assisting individuals prosecuted for white collar … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Two)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

My White Collar Support Group Experience.

By: J-K In the unpredictable landscape of a criminal indictment, it’s not often that one encounters a guiding light amid all the complexity. For me, that guiding light is Jeff Grant, Progressive Prison Ministries, the White Collar Support Group™. Their collective impact on my life was profound, immediate, and ongoing. From the moment I was … Read more