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Larry Jay Levine

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APC by Schneider Electric
Phone: (925) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Los Angeles , California , United States
1277 Treat Blvd Suite 850
Walnut Creek , California 94597
United States

Company Description: APC by Schneider Electric, a global leader in critical power and cooling services, provides industry leading product, software and systems for home, office, data...   more

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American Prison Consultants-RDAP-Federal Sentence Reductions 855-5-PRISON, 5 Mar 2015 [cached]
Larry Levine
My name's Larry Jay Levine. I'm a former 10 year federal inmate, and the Director and founder of
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American Prison Consultants - Forbes Magazine Article - Crime, 16 April 2009 [cached]
There's Something About Larry
After serving 10 years, Larry Levine did what any respectable criminal would do: He became a consultant.
"His people called me; I refused to help him," Levine said. He then added, "I don't help child molesters either."
Levine, 47, said he spent a decade in jail for "narcotics trafficking, securities fraud, racketeering, obstruction of
traffic in justice but Levine is more practical about the ins and outs of criminal law.
"It's not who's right or wrong -- it's who's a better liar."
The recent turmoil on Wall Street and the Bernie Madoff case inspired Levine to augment his American Prison Consultants brand with the trendier Wall Street Prison Consultants. He said that he's "tired of seeing people get burned by the system."
He recently received a call from someone who claimed to
Larry Levine be associated with the Madoff case. She never identified herself but Levine believes it was Shana
33-month sentence in June and refers to Levine as a philanthropist.
"This is a moneymaking idea, so I jumped on it," Levine said.
Levine's phone is ringing off the hook and he's been making the media rounds, appearing on Fox News and MSN and in Forbes. As the financial press covers Wall Street's continuing meltdown, Levine is front and center, riding the wave of the only sure bull
Wall Street Prison Consultants - Federal Prison Sentence Reduction, 15 April 2015 [cached]
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Does Your Lawyers Lack The Answers You Need? I Helped 100's
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When I mentioned Levine's name, he
My name's Larry Jay Levine. I'm a former 10 year federal inmate, and the Director and founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants,
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California Felon Party - California Felon Voting Rights, 5 Mar 2015 [cached]
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American Prison Consultants - Wall Street Journal - Larry Levine, 2 Oct 2008 [cached]
When Larry Levine helped prepare divorce papers for a client a few years ago, he got paid in mackerel. Once the case ended, he says, "I had a stack of macks."
Mr. Levine and his client were prisoners in California's Lompoc Federal Correctional Complex. Like other federal inmates around thecountry, they found a can of mackerel -- the "mack" in prison lingo --was the standard currency.
"It's the coin of the realm," says Mark Bailey, who paid Mr. Levine in fish.
Mr. Levine was serving a nine-year term for drug dealing. Mr. Levine says he used his macks to get his beard trimmed, his clothes pressed and his shoes shined by other prisoners. "A haircut is two macks," he says, as an expected tip for inmates who work in the prison barber shop.
Larry Levine
As a result, says Mr. Levine, prisoners approaching their release must either barter or give away their stockpiles.
That's what Mr. Levine did when he got out of prison last year. Since then, he's set up a consulting business offering advice to inmates and soon-to-be prisoners. He consults on various matters, such as how to request facility transfers and how to file grievances against wardens.
It's similar to the work he provided fellow inmates when he when he was in prison. But now, he says, "I get paid in American dollars." There's been a mackerel economy in federal prisons since about 2004, former inmates and some prison
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