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"Experienced Prison Consulting You Can Trust Since 2005!"
Federal Prison Consultants & RDAP Sentence Reduction Experts
Prison Consultant Profile
Prior to entering custody Larry Jay Levine had worked as a
Private Investigator in Los AngeIes, California. In August
1998, Levine was arrested by a Federal Organized Crime
Task Force for securities fraud, obstruction of justice,
narcotics trafficking, and possession of automatic
weapons, and ultimately served a ten year sentence in
Federal Custody. After being deemed a threat to the
community and denied bail, he spent the next  21 months
inside the Federal Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) in
Los Angeles, where he began assisting his fellow inmates
in their defense, by reviewing prosecutorial discovery for
inaccuracies, researching case law, Indictments, PSR's
and Plea Agreements, and giving overall advise in criminal  
defense related strategies and possible sentencing
departures.
Larry Levine, whose been featured on CNN,
CBS News, ABC News Nightline, MSNBC, Fox
News Bloomberg TV and the BBC, comments
have appeared in several hundred wire service
news reports, television, broadcast radio,
magazine, and newspaper articles worldwide.
  • MDC Los Angeles..........................................High    1998-2000
  • California City Correctional Center............High    2000
  • FCI Phoenix...............................................Medium    2000
  • FCI Safford AZ.................................................Low    2000-2003
  • Lompoc CA, USP Camp.......................Minimum    2003-2005
  • Nellis NV, Federal PrisonCamp.........Minimum    2005
  • FCI La Tuna (El Paso) TX..............................Low    2005-2006
  • FTC Oklahoma City........................................High    2006
  • FCI Taft CA, Camp.................................Minimum    2006
  • Vinewood Halfway House, CA......Community     2006-2007
  • MDC Los Angeles................................----....High     2007
  • Federal Supervised Release.............................Currently
Larry Levine Federal Custody Resume'
Files Class Action Habeas Corpus Against Bureau of Prisons
In 2005, Levine, was incarcerated at the former Nellis Federal Prison Camp on Nellis Air
Force base outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, and upon its closure was moved along with
several hundred other white-collar inmates, to the gang infested higher security La Tuna  
Federal Prison in El Paso, on the Texas-Mexican Border. While at La Tuna, Levine
single-handedly, filed a Federal Class Action Habeas Corpus Lawsuit in U.S. District Court
against the Department of Justice and Bureau of Prisons, claiming that the DOJ had
violated its own policies by sending the Nellis inmates to higher custody. Due to Levine's
actions, the DOJ was forced to act and subsequently shifted hundreds of its inmates
around the country to conform to the lawsuit's claims.
Post Sentencing - Federal Incarceration
After sentencing in May 2000 by U.S. District Judge Carlos R. Moreno in the Central
District of California, Levine served his remaining time in 11, high, medium, low, and
minimum security Federal Correctional Institutions in California, Arizona, Texas, Nevada,
and Oklahoma, where he continued assisting inmates file Bureau of Prison administrative
remedies and Habeas Corpus petitions, while continuing to self educate himself in Federal
Criminal Law.
Lompoc Federal Prison
Forms American Prison Consultants
Upon being released in April 2007, Levine formed American Prison Consultants and later
Wall Street Prison Consultants, and began offering his knowledge, advise and services
on the RDAP program, sentence reductions, prison survival skills,  Bureau of Prison
Policies and Procedures, and on how to navigate the complex world of the Criminal
Justice System to lawyers, pre-trial inmates and their families.
Larry Jay Levine Interviewed On
Fox Business News By Neil Cavuto