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YOU ARE EMPOWERED TO HELP THE POWERLESS

POWER  

[PRISONER OF WAR EARLY RELEASE]

Prisoner Of War Early Release is a program that works towards getting non-violent drug law offenders out of prison early. 

If you, or someone you know, is serving time in a US Corrections facility for a non-violent drug crime, write to me, richard@DrugUseEducation.org.

  • Identify who you are seeking to assist.
  • State and county  where the incident took place and where the case was tried. 
  • Provide the circumstances of the case that led to the conviction. 
  • Casework completed.  Please provide as much detail as possible. 

Each case is reviewed by a team of legal analysts. I'll let you know what the POWER program team can do to help, and put you directly in touch with the analyst who has agreed to take the case.  

If anyone would like to support the POWER program, your donations will help expand the legal team and pay for program costs.  Your donations are critical.  Please help.  For information how to donate, please contact me,  richard@DrugUseEducation.org  and I will provide you with information where you can send your donation. 

Thank you!

Richard Gicomeng