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Welcome to our firm. Legal-Eagles is now partnering with Lisa Maye Grant to offer custom parole and commutation services.  Lisa belongs to many advocacy groups and is a big supporter of The package  includes but are not limited to a custom social bio of who the parole candidate was and who he is today. Comes complete with a color collage of photos, legal version of the case, a criminal extract of the candidates prior history, support letters, home plan referral and much more. Check out our product page for a visual of a custom color collage.

A Day in the Life of the "People's Paralegal"!

My day begins with an hour of meditation. I put on a positive affirmation, usually a You Tube video, to get my mental state in tune with a higher frequency. (I love You Tube!!!) I take my two (2) and half mugs of freshly ground Hondura's coffee beans from Auldi's. (I am a devout coffee lover who grinds his own beans). I just ordered "Kona Mountain Coffee" from Hawaii that was recommended to me by a fellow coffee lover.

I usually start by checking my emails and text messages. I respond to urgent requests. I then begin fielding incoming calls from clients and potential clients. Many prisoner families are still reaching out to me to e-file their loved ones stimulus refunds. According to a letter I just received from a prisoner who is the "President of the Incarcerated Intellectuals Investment Club" over 100,000 prisoners have still not received their stimulus refunds and they are in the process of another class action lawsuit.

I usually make a run to the post office around noon to collect my mail. I deposit outgoing responses to each person who contacts me.

I take care of housekeeping errands while I am out. Upon returning, I conduct research and draft any pending petitions or memorandums of law. I check off my tasks in my tracking journal. I have handwritten Eisenhower Matrix to keep track of my urgent and non-urgent tasks.

I then take my daily supplements and vitamins. I make my weekly trip to Staples or Docucare to make copies. I deposit any checks to my local bank. My daily exercise consists of walking at least 1-2 miles a day.

For lunch I may visit my favorite local taco truck on 17th st. For $5 bucks I get two authentic pork tacos in tortilla wraps, rice and beans. (Best tacos in Philadelphia!) I may stop at the Philadelphia Pretzel factory in Center City for some mini pretzels with cheese.

Often I will attend protests, social functions, events sponsored by different organizations. I have included some photographs from an event over this past summer to bring awareness to the plight of Juvenile lifers in Pennsylvania.

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