As a result of Mr. Polk's prior background as a preeminent ("AV") attorney/lobbyist and (as described below) his humbling subsequent experience of being a prison camp resident himself, he is uniquely qualified to help clients navigate the many intricacies, nuances and traps of the criminal justice system. He now knows the system form the "inside and out". Unlike no others, he and the ISA team can draw upon past experiences to help clients get through the process. Mr. Polk has a newfound appreciation for the Nietzsche axiom "What does not kill you makes you stronger." He survived, and with ISA's assistance so will you.
Always one to make the best of circumstances, Mr. Polk, while incarcerated, through a self-imposed strenuous exercise and diet program, lost nearly 100 pounds, developed a better spiritual connection and totally immersed himself in the study of the intricacies of BOP rules, regulations and the laws pertaining thereto.
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