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Larry Jay Levine

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Pacific Telephone Company LLC

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Pacific Telephone Company LLC

481 High Street

Moorpark, California,93021

United States

Company Description

Pacific Telephone offers low cost prison telephone calls for state prison & jail inmates, and federal prison telephone calls, as well as Business Telephone Service including Toll Free Numbers & Service, Voice Mail, Efax, & international calling and cellular ph...more

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Employment History

America's Most Experienced Prison Consultant

Wall Street Prison Consultants


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Articles - Jail Time Consulting

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According to Larry Levine, founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants in Los Angeles, who served at 11 different institutions during his 10-year sentence for narcotics trafficking, securities fraud, possession of machine guns and racketeering, the Brooklyn detention center is primarily a federal jail for pre-trial inmates, but there is a small group of offenders called the "work cadre.
Levine, who served time in a detention center, said the work cadre primarily performs maintenance for the prison, including food service and paperwork. "The accommodations are going to suck, basically," Levine said. LARRY LEVINE, heavyset and bald, runs a thriving business out of a gated apartment complex in Ventura County, Calif., a setting that's not at all bad for a home office considering some of the prison cells he's lived in. But as he drops into his plush beige and white sectional couch to talk business, something is nagging at him. The trouble is the new competition. All these guys are setting up shop, marketing themselves on the Internet, claiming they know the ropes and cutting into his market share. To Mr. Levine, they're a bunch of poseurs, with no street cred. After all, they've barely spent any time behind bars. Continue Reading "Look at my résumé, I've got 10 years: high-security, medium, low," said Mr. Levine, 50, who was in jail until 2007 on narcotics trafficking, counterfeiting and weapons charges. "These guys go in for a year and a half, maybe two. I've got more experience than all the rest of these guys combined." Mr. Levine is a prison consultant. "This industry's exploding," mourned Mr. Levine, who operates two Web sites, American Prison Consultants and Wall Street Prison Consultants. He reached to a nearby coffee table and picked up a piece of paper listing the names of several dozen competitors and the length of their prison sentences. This is not a rap sheet, it's market research. The business, he said, is "becoming saturated with people who don't know what they're doing." He and his competitors (some of whom find his prison time equally unimpressive) walk a fine marketing line, bragging about an extensive criminal record to attract customers. That can make it tough for potential clients to choose: How much incarceration time is enough? What kind of experience is right for the job - maximum security, solitary confinement, a knife fight? To hear the consultants talk, most competitors aren't worth the time of day. "Let's put it this way: If I was in prison, I wouldn't share a chow table with Larry Levine," said William Mulholland, who founded the Real Prison Consultant in 2010. "He's like a used-car salesman," Mr. Mulholland said of Mr. Levine. The registry has a list of the top 10 prison consultants, but lists only two, Mr. Oberfest and Mr. Levine, the consultant from Ventura County. But Mr. Levine said he considered the registry to be "a hoax." "For me, my reputation and my experience is my badge of honor," he said, not an affiliation with an industry group. Mr. Levine said he thought the competition would thin out over time because the competitors lack marketing smarts. Besides, he argued, he has the criminal CV to back up the marketing.


More details on Dannemora escapees' flight and the search for them, "officer-invovled" fatal shooting in Saratoga County, long lines for Sonic | All Over Albany

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+ Larry Levine -- who served 10 years in prison and is the founder and director of Wall Street Prison Consultants -- told TWCN he thinks "the staff at Clinton Correctional are sweating David Sweat" because the now-captured escapee knows about the inner workings and problems of the facility. [TWCN]
+ On Monday Albany Med announced that Sweat has been upgraded to serious condition, and doctors have determined he doesn't require surgery at this time.


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Larry Levine, host of Street Justice and owner of Wall Street Prison Consultants & Coaching pulls no punches and offers his clients the raw, honest truth- a priceless commodity for those facing prison.
As a former federal inmate with 10 years under his belt, Larry possesses a unique expertise only obtainable to those who have done hard time, and with the launch of his show, Street Justice, his strategies for survival are discussed each week on this hard-hitting, diverse program. Larry's criminal history gives him a broad knowledge of the federal justice system. Prior to entering custody, he worked as an efficiency expert and troubleshooter in organized crime. Having been convicted of narcotics trafficking, securities fraud, racketeering, obstruction of justice and multiple counts of machine gun possession, his enterprise was described by federal authorities as a proverbial "supermarket of crime. Larry entered the federal bureau of prisons and discovered another, more dangerous, talent: the ability to perpetually aggravate prison officials. Articulate and sharp, Larry was able to assist his fellow inmates in strengthening their cases, finding legal loopholes and making successful pleas for medical and/or psychological care. He now consults with individuals being charged with federal crimes, and guides them from the point of indictment to sentencing. His assistance includes helping his clients obtain an early release, strategies for prison survival, medical care, job changes, and the transition from the free world to prison. Tune in Street Justice on the BBM Global Network Fridays at 7PM EST to hear Larry Levine discuss his strategies for prison survival. Got yourself in some hot water? Check out Wall Street Prison Consultants or contact Larry at (213) 219-9033. I love listening to Larry Jay Levine's, "Street Justice" show! Very entertaining. [...] Larry Levine is a businessman of an unusual variety. After working as a "troubleshooter" for the mob and doing some time in federal prison, Larry learned how to make the best of a bad situation. Now he runs "Wall Street Prison Consultants" and provides advice on how to do time in prison for white collar criminals who get their comeuppance in the legal system. He also hosts the always exciting show "Street Justice" Fridays from 7-9pm Eastern on the BBM Global Network. [...] Radical Agenda EP119 - Prison Consultant - Radical Agenda on 23.03.2016 / Reply [...] Larry Levine is a businessman of an unusual variety. After working as a "troubleshooter" for the mob and doing some time in federal prison, Larry learned how to make the best of a bad situation. Now he runs "Wall Street Prison Consultants" and provides advice on how to do time in prison for white collar criminals who get their comeuppance in the legal system. He also hosts the always exciting show "Street Justice" Fridays from 7-9pm Eastern on the BBM Global Network. [...] Larry Levine is an A**hole and a bully but I can't get enough. Two thumbs up! Larry, you have no shame.


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Larry Levine
Larry Jay Levine is an American federal prison consultant. In October, 2006, Larry Levine founded American Prison Consultants, a legal services firm that provides information and... Read More


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