Redemption Earned, Inc. (RE) carefully screens prospective clients and only represents individuals who pose little risk to public safety. Incarcerated adults, who have been given sentences with the possibility of parole, must give permission to access their institutional files and medical records. This information is necessary in order for us to evaluate whether we could convince the Parole Board if he or she has earned the privilege of parole.
We will be focusing on people who have served lengthy sentences. Individuals serving long sentences are typically repeat offenders and/or have been convicted of violent crimes. Because of this history, RE will only represent those who have served 20 years or more of their sentences. To qualify, each inmate should have certificates of completion of programs proving the efforts that he or she has dedicated toward improving themselves, such as programs involving behavioral modification, substance abuse, skill training, educational, and reentry preparation. RE will take into consideration that the opportunities for these rehabilitation programs vary greatly from institution to institution.
We will be focusing on people who have served lengthy sentences. Individuals serving long sentences are typically repeat offenders and/or have been convicted of violent crimes.
Since a risk of reoffending is our primary inquiry, any circumstance bearing on rehabilitation will be considered, such as recommendations of staff and program volunteers and residing in the honor dormitory. The “inmate summary” contains all disciplinary infractions, the number of rules violations, the seriousness of the infractions and the amount of time that has elapsed since the last infraction are factors which shall be carefully considered.