I suspect a number of readers know the name Chad Marks, perhaps from these prior recent posts about his case:
- Federal judge pens extraordinary and compelling order requesting US Attorney to vacate old stacked 924(c) conviction in extraordinary and compelling case (from March 2019)
- Chad Marks, high-profile “prison lawyer” subject to extreme stacked 924(c) term, gets his sentence reduced from 40 to 20 years via § 3582(c)(1)(A) (from April 2020)
As the second of this posts details, Chad secured a significant sentence reduction this year, allowing him to leave prison last month. My understanding that Chad quite selflessly helped a number of his fellow prisoners with legal claims and filings while he was incarcerated, and I saw from this new Facebook posting that he is eager to continue to do so:
With COVID-19 ramping back up in our prison system if you and your loved ones need help with preparing a 3582 motion, or if you need help with a 2255 contact me at www.myfreedomfighters.com
Because I get a lot of inquiries about getting help with compassionate release motions, I wanted to here be able to share this important and insightful human resource. Chad welcomed my suggestion of posting his Facebook offer, and I am grateful he has.