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The Federal
Probation Bible

Everything to Know About Federal Probation from Day
One to Early Termination

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The Federal Probation Bible book

Introducing the Federal Probation Bible – the first and only book of its kind! Learn to stay away from trouble, deal with difficult Probation Officers, and avoid common mistakes.

What is inside the book?

The Federal Probation Bible is a deep look into federal probation that answers the questions that inmates have before leaving prison.

  • What kind of P.O. can I get?
  • what are the pros and cons of each one?
  • What can I expect in the first few days of probation?
  • What about the first year of probation?
  • How can I get early termination from supervision?

All of these questions – and more – are answered inside. Author E.M. Baird is on the forefront of all things related to federal supervision, and has dealt exclusively with federal probation and supervised release clients since 2009.

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Author of the Federal Probation Bible, E. M. Baird

Meet the Author

E.M. Baird

Author E. M. Baird is an entrepreneur with a keen interest in Federal Criminal Justice. Born in Central California in 1980, he graduated from California State University, Fresno in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, before joining the U.S. Military and reaching the rank of Captain.

In late 2009, he began consulting for clients dealing with the federal criminal justice system, focusing on post-sentencing supervision. Since then, his focus has been federal probation and supervised release through his work with Post-Conviction Release Consultants.

He works closely with Nebraskans Unafraid (NU), an organization dedicated to reducing the impact of crime on the community through smarter, evidence-based laws. At various times, he has been a member of the Boards of Directors for both NU and its predecessor and has worked with NU in partnership with the Consortium for Crime and Justice Research at the University of Nebraska, Omaha to reach those goals.

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