Travel Alert
Mr. Huffman is currently on a Business trip and will be back in the office on April 7th, 2019, View the Itinerary

Please be advised we have a new mailing address: Box #539 Sugar Grove, PA 16350

"We will always consult with your attorney of record"

Huffman's Services is proud to announce that the First Step Act has passed the United States Senate
and the United States House of Representatives, and President Trump has signed the bill into law. 


Contact

For a free evaluation, please provide the following information along with the best means of contact:
- Prisoner's name
- Prisoner's identification number
- Prison & prison address
- Case number
- Charge & sentence
- State of conviction

If you would like to meet in person with Richard Huffman, please call us to make arrangements.

Duns & Bradstreet Number
080-045-1621

Hours of Operation
We are available to our clients 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Once we are retained you will be given a dedicated phone line to reach us.

Office Hours
Our office staff is available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phone
(814) 350-6898

Email
HuffmansServices18@gmail.com

Prison Email Access
We are on Jpay, CorrLinks, Access Corrections, GTLConnectNetwork, and JailATM.com. 

Mailing Address
Box #539 Sugar Grove, PA 16350

Meeting Address
Renaissance Centre 1001-1007 State Street, Erie, PA 16501

Mail Security
For security screening purposes we use a mail shipping & processing service. To maintain client confidentiality we maintain documents mailed to us only 30 days unless we are retained.

Insurance Bond
Upon request, we will provide a copy of our Western Surety Company Insurance Bond # 63067838.

Guarantee
We guarantee we will always answer the phone, return your calls, texts, emails or letters. We will stay in constant contact with you step by step and work with you patiently to resolve any issue and be honest with you at all times but when dealing with the criminal justice system there is no guaranteed end result however 30 years of experience has proven that if you work hard enough to accomplish something you will get the desired result.

Company Structure
10% of our work/time spent is towards sentence reduction and 90% is towards other prison assistance.

Service Area
Nationwide

Phone Call
For security, quality control purposes all incoming and outgoing phone calls are automatically recorded. Your calling Huffman's Services acknowledges permission to record all future phone calls.

Contract/Agreement
Our contract/agreement is only with the client. Only the client signs any agreements. Family, friends, and supporters never sign any agreements and pay us voluntarily and have no legal contractual/obligation.

Meetings are held at the Renaissance Centre.
1001-1007 State Street, Erie, PA 16501

Note: It is important for clients to understand that the name of any authorized contact, for any case needs to be provided by the client, in advance of that person contacting us as we are not allowed to talk to third-parties about our clients without their advance permission.

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Business Meeting Protocol Requirements

Every 60 days Mr. Huffman travels across the United States in a customized van with a server built in for computer access, meeting with lawyers, private investigators, prosecutors, law enforcement staff, bureau of prison staff, department of corrections staff, County Jail staff and elected officials to resolve his clients various legal related issues. During the travel itinerary which is posted on our website prior to departure every 60 days is the travel itinerary schedule. Friends, family, and supporters of incarcerated citizens that would like to meet Mr. Huffman to get answers to their questions in person may do so by contacting our office prior to his departure so that we may schedule out an appointment to meet with them in a location close to their residence. Mr. Huffman for security purposes only meets at a local hotel in the meeting room of the hotel. It is sometimes helpful to get answers to questions in person for which the family lawyer may participate. The only expense is $200. This covers the cost if it is scheduled during the previously scheduled travel itinerary. It is also beneficial because if you were to decide to retain Huffman's Services.com at that juncture we could collect all of the legal documents relative to the case and collect any information that is not part of the legal documents so that we can conduct our research when we return to the office in a timely fashion. If you're interested in meeting Mr. Huffman, please contact our office prior to February 12th, 2019 as Mr. Huffman will be leaving on a 19 State, 26-day travel itinerary across the United States.

Upcoming Travel Schedule

Our owner, Richard Huffman will be doing a tour of the United States and meeting with current clients and prospective clients. If you wish to schedule a meeting, please contact our office prior to February 12th, 2019. If you're a prospective client, family, friends or supporters, we can schedule an appointment in your area and the only expenses would be basic travel costs.

February/March 2019 Travel Itinerary

Massachusetts Delaware Maryland Pennsylvania
Georgia Florida Louisiana Texas
Oklahoma Alabama Nevada California
Oregon Arizona Colorado Missouri
Kansas Wyoming Illinois Kentucky
Ohio West Virginia North Carolina Mississippi
Michigan Virginia South Carolina Indiana
Wisconsin


July Monthly Report

Huffman Services every quarter provides a general report for our clients and prospective clients to review. During the month of July, we negotiated with three separate private investigators and retained two private investigators for investigative work in two different cases. We also issued a refund of 90% of Prior private investigators fees on behalf of another client that was paid inappropriately. We have made appointments for the month of August to speak to 16 separate lawyers in nine different states, made appointments with two religious organizations to obtain the necessary religious services our incarcerated clients needed, have appointments pending in two different states to meet with the State Department of Corrections authorities to address various issues of our incarcerated clients such as grievances, medical, religious rights, mail problems, visitation issues and several security and safety related issues. We are currently coordinated to meet with three different law enforcement authorities on multiple occasions during the August business travel itinerary and are meeting with 16 new potential clients' families to answer questions in person concerning their loved one that is incarcerated.

We have made appointments to pick up legal documents and physically deliver them to another location on behalf of our clients, arranging to publish three separate books with three separate clients and currently in a compassionate gesture granted a female prisoner, pro bono status to assist her to get her charges resolved and into a drug treatment facility with a lower bail plea agreement, we arranged her to be released on her own recognizance and are cooperating with federal authorities to have her case dismissed. We are assisting our incarcerated clients in three separate instances to arrange transfers closer to their loved ones to facilities that are close to their residences. During the month of July, we have sent 316 emails related to our client's issues to various agencies in conjunction with our client's requests. We are working with an innocence program and coordinating testimony that may result in a finding of factual innocence on behalf of one client. We have spoken to 32 law enforcement officials ranging from the FBI, State Police, County Sheriff's, City police, and other law enforcement authorities on various issues. We have processed the paperwork for 1 divorce and 2 marriages. Mr. Huffman assisted to file a pro se application to have federal probation terminated for one individual 18 months early due to Good Conduct, hardship, compassionate reasons. This concludes our report for the month of July.

August Monthly Report

Huffmansservices.com issues a public report for our clients and prospective clients to review. Mr. Huffman filed a pro se application with the US District Court to have an elderly citizen on federal probation and to have that probation terminated early for medical concerns. During the month of August we negotiated and hired in the state of Wyoming, Massachusetts and Ohio private investigators and we negotiated in the state of Colorado with a Law Firm for a post-conviction relief Motion in the state of Wyoming. We refunded in trade $1,600 to a Texas client for private investigator fees which we do not need. We canceled and refunded a final payment to a Missouri client that could not afford the service and was in danger of losing their home.

We met with 19 family members of our incarcerated clients and provided them in person updates during the August business travel itinerary schedule. We resolve various issues Nationwide dealing with federal and state prisons a few examples are: we got a client's deaf sister special phone privileges, obtained religious access for a Jewish inmate, obtained phone privileges for several special housing unit inmates, collected 9 copy paper boxes from two different sources of previously unavailable legal documents for pro se litigation, address multiple medical issues with both federal, state and private companies that service our clients, access to religious rights, mail problems, Safety and Security related issues. We temporarily suspended payments to our company for two victims of flooding in Texas & Louisiana until they could get back on their feet. We submitted a state-to-state transfer request for a Massachusetts inmate wishing to go to California. We visited a Florida religious organization to get certification for a Wyoming inmate. We accepted and retained a publishing company to produce 3 books on three separate criminal cases.

We are in the process of arranging a charge to be dismissed in lieu of restitution paid in Oklahoma. We are coordinating the assignment of three separate lawyers in two pretrial cases. We responded to 116 inquiries for services with a total of 489 emails. We provided law enforcement across the country with various information provided by our inmate client sources. We sent out 314 letters to various federal, state, County correctional facilities to address our clients issues. Mr. Huffman drove 9330 miles during the August business travel itinerary schedule. We have filled our allotment of 24 sentence reduction clients Nationwide and are no longer accepting any "federal" sentence reduction clients in 2017, however, we are still reviewing and accepting "state" sentence reductions clients for 2018.

September  Monthly Report

Huffman Services every quarter provides a general report for our clients and prospective clients to review. During the month of September, we negotiated with five separate private investigators and retained two private investigators for investigative work in two different cases. We have made appointments for the month of November to speak to 5 separate lawyers in five different states, made appointments with two religious organizations to obtain the necessary investigative services our incarcerated clients needed, have appointments pending in six different states to meet with the State Department of Corrections authorities to address various issues of our incarcerated clients such as grievances, medical, religious rights, mail problems, visitation issues and several security and safety related issues. We are currently scheduled to meet with eight different law enforcement authorities on multiple occasions during the November business travel itinerary and are meeting with 4 new potential clients' families to answer questions in person concerning their loved one that is incarcerated. We have made appointments to pick up legal documents and physically deliver them to another location on behalf of our clients, arranging to publish three separate books with three separate clients. We successfully in a compassionate gesture granted a female prisoner, pro bono status to assist her to get her charges resolved and into a drug treatment facility with a lower bail plea agreement, we arranged her to be released on her own recognizance and are cooperating with federal authorities and her case was dismissed.

We are assisting our incarcerated clients in five separate instances to arrange transfers closer to their loved ones to facilities that are close to their residences. During the month of September, we received 384 emails and we have sent 181 emails related to our clients' issues to various agencies in conjunction with our client's requests. We are working with an innocence program and coordinating testimony that may result in a finding of factual innocence on behalf of one client. We have purchased the life story of a witness to prove the innocence of another client. We have spoken to 52 law enforcement officials ranging from the FBI, State Police, County Sheriff's, City police, U.S. Marshalls, FBI, Federal Victims Services and other law enforcement authorities on various issues. We have processed the paperwork for 1 divorce and 1 marriage. Mr. Huffman assisted to file a pro se application to obtain victims services for a female client who is assaulted based on her cooperation with law enforcement in Texas. In Colorado, we arranged for post-conviction relief motion. In California, we refunded $500 in overpayment for a half-way house matter. In Texas, we arranged a female inmate to be transferred to a medical hospital. We suspended payments for flood damage in three states. We arranged Medical Care for inmates in Kansas, Texas. We arranged for protective custody for a female client that was assaulted while in the county jail in Mississippi. We are working on obtaining out of the country character references for a deportation to Jamaica for a New Jersey client.

We are working with the Kansas Department of Corrections and board of parole to get work early for a Kansas client. We are investigating and working with 11 different individuals at Taft Correctional in California on a denial of halfway house time after it's previously approved. We obtained and reviewed 9 boxes of legal documents for a Delaware client. We have retained two lawyers in two different states on behalf of our clients. We mailed out 197 letters to various federal state and County Law Enforcement, Correctional authorities on behalf of our client's interest. We are in the process of completing a genealogy study to qualify a Jewish inmate for certification. We are making two monthly donations to two religious organizations on behalf of a client. We are arranging medical care for an Alabama client and arranging a transfer to Talladega Alabama prison for another client. We have received information of a confidential nature and are forwarding it on to the proper authorities on behalf of Ohio clients. We are arranging for a parole board appearance before the Tennessee parole board for our Tennessee client. We are assisting a client with a disciplinary forensic analysis of a drug test and purchased a docket sheet and sent to our Kentucky client. We are attempting to get the Bureau of Prisons to reinstate previously authorized halfway houses which were taken by the Taft Correctional Facility from 11 different clients.

We arranged our Oklahoma client for bail to be continued, Council to be appointed, and a plea agreement for non-custody with the prosecutors. We are coordinating a level 1 classification for our Indiana client for an early release. We mourn the death of our Arizona clients wonderful mother and will redouble our efforts concerning his release.  We suspended payments for flood damage in three states. We arrange Medical Care for inmates in Kansas, Texas. We arrange for protective custody for a female client that was assaulted while in the county jail in Mississippi. We are working on obtaining out of the country character references for a deportation to Jamaica for a New Jersey client. We are working with the Kansas Department of Corrections and board of parole to get work release for a Kansas client. We are investigating and working with 11 different individuals at Taft Correctional in California on a denial of halfway house time after it's previously approved. We obtained and reviewed 9 boxes of legal documents for a Delaware client. We assisted to file a pro se motion in Louisiana district court on behalf of a female client who was assaulted by their incarcerated ex-husband as retaliation for cooperation with authorities. We also contacted the US Marshall service and various victims' services organizations to assist her in this regard. This concludes our report for the month of September.

October Monthly Report

Huffman's Services every quarter provides a detailed report for our clients and prospective clients to review and analyze. During the month of October, we negotiated with one private investigator but did not find a private investigator of sufficient expertise for the particular case. We have made appointments for the November business travel itinerary schedule to meet with two lawyers in two different states and made appointments with one religious organization to follow up on a certification process for Jewish inmates. We assisted to get an inmate out of the special housing unit and in another case are assisting two inmates in the special housing unit to get a forensic analysis of a piece of evidence that was used in a disciplinary hearing to find out if it actually has narcotics on the item by forensic analysis. We are finalizing an agreement to purchase the life story of an individual for purposes of an Innocence Project which could be highly lucrative to everybody involved. We are currently scheduled to meet during the November business travel itinerary schedule with for law enforcement authorities and are meeting with 6 potential client families to answer questions that they may have concerning their loved one that is incarcerated and the process that we use to obtain sentence reduction. We have refunded $500 in overpayment for services for a California client concerning a halfway house. We are currently working with Oklahoma authorities on resolving a burglary matter with non-custodial time for cooperation and we are in the process of working with an Oklahoma district attorney's office concerning a violation of probation.

We are assisting incarcerated clients in three separate states to arrange transfers closer to home and we are attempting to get an individual that was recently sentenced to 360 months to be closer to his mother for his term of incarceration in the United States Bureau call prison. We are working with approximately 16 Taft Correctional Facility inmates over a total denial of halfway house time after they had a vested interest in that program and has earned that program through Good Conduct which was summarily denied. In Texas, we have substantially assisted a female who was attacked as retaliation for cooperation and working with the federal authorities to investigate the matter and obtain victim services. We are obtaining a sentencing delay for another individual. During the month of October, we have received 391 emails concerning various services that we offer and we responded with 199 emails and we have sent out 462 letters and we have accepted 263 phone calls and made 552 phone calls in response to the inquiry. We have sent out 258 emails to inmates that have email service at their facility in response to various problems. We assisted one prisoner to get their property back that was placed in the special housing unit. We are assisting a couple to get married and we are arranging a divorce for another individual that was released from custody recently in Oklahoma. During the November business travel itinerary we will be picking up 31 copy paper boxes of various legal documents around the country to return to the office and research, analyze decide if we will be able to assist the individual with a sentence reduction process this is especially important because we must convince the prosecutor to give permission for the sentence reduction process as the law requires.

We will be assisting a Tennessee client with an upcoming parole board and a Kansas client with the parole board. We have assisted nine inmates Nationwide in obtaining critical Medical Care one of them a female inmate in the state of Texas. We are working with a Colorado law firm concerning a Wyoming's defendants post-conviction relief motions. We assisted a female Pennsylvania inmate to resolve her Criminal matter and we have hired her as an employee of our firm in a compassionate gesture. We are assisting a Louisiana lawyer on a post-conviction jail credit motion which if successful would result in his immediate release to his mother who needs his assistance due to flood issues. We will be meeting during the November business trip with both co-defendants in Mississippi and Alabama to resolve obtaining relief for cooperation in their cases. We are doing a genealogy study for a Jewish inmate in Wyoming. We received 16 different types of confidential information related to solving criminal cases around the United States and it's provided that to the authorities for investigation. We are assisting local law enforcement in Indiana to investigate the death of an individual by a Narcotics trafficker on behalf of the family Seeking Justice. We are currently working diligently on 9 Federal sentence reduction and 16 various States sentence reduction processes.

We coordinated the self-surrender on felony matters through a bail bondsman in coordination with the District Attorney's office in the state of Oklahoma. We assisted to reclaim funds from various financial institutions for an incarcerated Pennsylvania prisoner to his family in India. We are assisting a prisoner to collect property from their apartment, vehicle repossession and various other matters that were seized by private sources when they were unexpectedly arrested in Ohio. We are working with our private investigators around the country to coordinate, collect and provide satisfactory information to the local law enforcement community an expectation of release for several of our clients’ sentences several of them hopeful of concurrent from consecutive sentencing. We donated funds to an Indigent Louisiana federal prisoner to assist him with a pro se post-conviction relief motion. We mourn the death of another one of our clients loved ones who died in San Mateo, California recently. We assisted the family members of an Ohio client with a delicate driving Under the Influence Court matters with complicated particulars in a confidential Manner. While in the state of Ohio, we found a pregnant 7-month-old kitten and delivered it to the Pennsylvania Humane Society where we will be adopting it when we return from our November business travel itinerary and finding a home for the kittens. We will be leaving on our November business travel itinerary shortly we will be available for communication through the normal manner and if anybody would like to contact us between October 28th and November 22nd they will be able to do so and if any family, friends or supporters would like to meet with Mr. Huffman they will need to contact our office immediately as he is in route.

November Monthly Report

Huffman Services every quarter provides a detailed report for our clients, prospective clients, and the public to review and analyze. During the month of November, Mr. Huffman traveled 10132 miles, drove 21 States over 27 days, and met with all current clients' families that were available and also met with seven potential clients along with the normal private investigators, law enforcement authorities, Federal Bureau of Prisons staff, States Department of Corrections staff, prosecutors.

During the month of November, we investigated five different private investigators, interviewed three of them, however, none of them had the sufficient experience to be able to work to resolve our client's legal matters for purposes of the cooperation with authority process. We have made appointments for the February / March business travel itinerary schedule to interview additional private investigators and get them working on our current client caseload for this purpose. We are completing a process of certification by purchasing birth, death, marriage and burial certificates to prove the Jewish status of an inmate. We have retained two additional lawyers in one state and made appointments with seven other potential lawyers that we are considering hiring during the February/March business trip on behalf of our clients. We are currently assisting an inmate to get their disciplinary case dismissed based on a false positive drug test. We are currently reviewing seven different disciplinary proceedings that were conducted against prisoners at the federal/state/county level before turning it over for litigation purposes.

We have finalized an agreement to purchase the life story of an individual for purpose of an Innocence Project. We are currently submitted our first book which is the primer for a series of eight additional books on the criminal justice system which will be able to be purchased starting in February directly from us and will be available through all of the normal retailers nationwide along with an ebook and a voice book. We are currently working with three incarcerated clients nationwide to produce their own book to tell the story about their particular case. We are currently scheduled to meet during the February business travel itinerary schedule with additional law enforcement authorities concerning the cooperation with authorities process to earn a sentence reduction under the cooperation with authorities laws/substantial assistance to authorities laws that every state and the federal government offer, after we have obtained prosecutorial approval which is required in all cases in the interim. We have refunded $4,000 to a Texas client who we were unable to assist to get permanent travel status through the immigration department despite over 7 months of efforts. We are currently working with Oklahoma authorities and have resolved by retaining a local lawyer to represent the defendant and have reached an agreement for non-custodial time in return for cooperation and we are working with the Oklahoma district attorney's office concerning other matters.

We are assisting incarcerated clients in 16 different states to arrange being transferred closer to home and or for safety security considerations. We have arranged for a Texas client who is recently improperly sentenced to 360 months to be housed in Louisiana closer to home during the court appeal process. We are working and have been working with 17 different state correctional facility federal prisoners over the presidential budgetary / restrictions concerning halfway house time despite the fact that these inmates earned a vested interest in that program through Good Conduct which is arbitrarily and capriciously denied. In Texas, we negotiated to begin an investigation into an assault on a female witness and that matter is under investigation by the federal authorities. During the month of November, we received 613 email and sent 953 responses, answered 733 phone call and made 432 phone calls in response to the inquiry. We sent out 378 information packages at the request of potential clients and unfortunately we were forced to turn down 316 requests nationwide for sentence reduction services because the inmates did not meet the criteria based on either the nature of the offense, disciplinary record, location of the conviction or other matters that we felt we would not be successful. We have arranged medical care for 33 different inmates, both male and female, nationwide and are currently working with 17 additional inmates to get appropriate medical treatment for chronic care conditions.

We assisted three prisoners to get their property back after they were placed in the special housing unit and we have been retained by two other inmates to assist them to get their property returned. We are assisting two couples to get married and one individual to get a divorce. During the November business travel itinerary, we picked up 17 boxes of various documents from around the country and return to our office to research, analyze and decide if we will be able to assist the individuals concerning their particular legal problems. We have made changes to our website so that everybody understands that we only assist with Pro Se legal representation as we will assist the incarcerated inmates to enhance their Pro Se litigation but we do not represent clients directly on formal legal proceedings however we will retain legal counsel for them if appropriate. We are currently sending out 14 different parole packages to seven different parole boards for various clients, and our first parole board client is coming before the parole board on December 11th, and we are hopeful of getting a fair decision. We have completed the genealogy study for a Jewish inmate in Wyoming. We received seven different types of confidential information, and we provided that on to the appropriate law enforcement staff. We are currently working with an Ohio client to get justice for their son that was murdered by a drug dealer who sold contaminated narcotics.

We have coordinated the self-surrender of an Oklahoma client and got a delay in court proceedings for another Oklahoma client. We are currently working with our private investigators around the country to coordinate, collect and provide satisfactory information to the local law enforcement community in expectation of relief for our clients sentencing after the cooperation process is concluded. We have private investigators currently working in Massachusetts, Wyoming, and Ohio. We donated funds to an indigent prisoner to assist to obtain a motion. We donated funds to several different organizations that are assisting us with various religious access rights. The pregnant kitten that we found in Ohio has been properly given medical care and is now living at our office.

We have hired a new employee based on her prior experience with the criminal justice system to assist with executive secretarial matters and will enhance our overall company services. We will be leaving on our February business travel itinerary schedule on February 15th, 2018 and we encourage anybody that would like to meet Mr. Huffman during his next business travel itinerary scheduled to contact our office no later than February 1st to schedule/coordinate. Mr. Huffman is back in the office and is recovering from his business trip and is available Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time by phone, text or email.


2017 Annual Report

Every year Huffman's Services at the end of that year issues an annual report for the general public to review. During 2017 we assisted 113 County, state and federal prisoners with various internal and external prison assistance such as medical, mental health, transfers, safety issues, special housing unit releases, assisted to stop inmate suicides, we have assisted to arranged marriages and divorces along with child access visitation.

We have changed the 2018 process to make it more affordable starting with a $500 payment and we provide a book describing the process for the family and the client to read and we do internal eligibility evaluations and if that is approved then for $2,000 we do an external eligibility evaluation where we obtain the prosecutors permission to proceed. If both of these are approved then we reduce the bill by $2,500 already paid for the actual sentence reduction process. This allows families and clients that are apprehensive about their eligibility to proceed in a two-step process at no additional cost.

For 2018, we have assigned both a male and a female inmate for our pro bono sentence reduction work. We have hired a female executive assistant who is experienced with the criminal justice system, drug programs and will be handling our "Book Innocence Project" division process. Since we are the prisoners advocate, we naturally feel inclined to provide employment for a former prisoner and we have hired another former prisoner to assist us as it has been our historic experienced that those have citizens that have been previously incarcerated have a highly educated experienced knowledge of the internal workings of the entire prison system along with the judicial aspect of that and are very helpful concerning our clients incarcerated problems and their resolutions of those problems. We have enhanced our ability to assist our clients with any number of electronic modern devices.

2018 we will redouble our efforts for our current clients and we will carefully select new clients based on strict criteria. During 2017 Mr. Huffman drove 41316 miles on 7 different business trips spanning 29 states in the continental United States and flew 6730 miles. Our phone database memory system confirms that we received 6314 phone calls and missed only 116 phone calls all of which we returned within 24 hours. We received 3714 separate emails and responded to all of them. We received 2104 text messages and responded to all of them. We currently have lawyers and private investigators working on behalf of our sentence reduction clients Nationwide. We are currently producing five separate books for five separate clients that are incarcerated that wish to tell their story. We are all about Rehabilitation and starting over.

Mr. Huffman, during 2017, worked no less than 60 hours a week. We want to wish everybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and we hope that 2018 brings relief to our clients and their families. During the course of an 18-month sentence reduction process, we become friends and sometimes family with our incarcerated clients families and we would like to remember our Arizona clients mother who died in 2017 and what a wonderful kind and decent woman that she was. We would also like to remember our Massachusetts clients father-in-law who died in California in 2017 and his insistence on the Innocence of our client.

During 2017, we suffered through with all of our clients and their families through many difficulties and problems, during the Texas and Louisiana floods we suspended payments from 6 clients for a period of 60 days to allow them to recover. We truly believe that everybody should have a second chance, an opportunity to atone for the mistakes that they have made in their life, that life every single day of a human being's life and The Human Condition of that life is irreplaceable. It is a difficult job that we have balancing working with the law enforcement community, working with prosecutors and judges and the Corrections Department to obtain sentence relief and it is a time-consuming, lengthy, and difficult process. We look forward to working with everybody in 2018.

Winter 2018 Report

Every quarter we issue a public statement concerning the work that we are doing, changes to our policies for the public and clients to review. During the month of January 2018, we negotiated two additional licensed private investigators in separate jurisdictions across the United States for purposes of cooperation to resolve a high-profile criminal case with the objective of earning a sentence reduction with prosecutorial approval for cooperation with authorities. Due to the death of a long-term client and the lack of funds to proceed we have taken our long-term expenses retainer along with the remaining funds and will be working using the rest of those funds during 2018 to obtain evidence from a witness to vacate the conviction of a man who has been locked up for decades for a crime that he claims that he did not commit.

We received 863 phone calls during the month of January 2018 and only missed 17 phone calls which were promptly returned. We received 963 emails and all of them were promptly returned. We received 613 text messages all of which were responded to. For our clients only we are available 24/7 for any emergency that may arise. The boss will be leaving on his February business travel itinerary schedule on February 15th, 2018 and he will not be back in the office due to the extended difficult schedule of appointments with various authorities until March 24th, 2018. He is available 24/7 for phone calls while he is traveling and we are in the office Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time to answer any questions that you may have. However, if you write a letter during this business trips the boss will not be able to review your letter until he is back in the office on March 24th, 2018 however, we will open all of your mail and review it and address any issues that we can handle however the boss likes to handle these matters himself.

If you are a potential client and would like to meet the boss, please contact our offices prior to February 15th 2018 to make that appointment and the only expense is $200 and the boss will meet you at a local hotel meeting room Lobby close to your residence for your convenience to answer any questions that you may have before you decide to retain our services. During this business trip he will be meeting with federal, state and county facility authority to resolve his clients various internal prison matters and he will also be meeting with multiple United States attorneys and many elected District Attorneys around the United States to get prosecutorial permission to proceed with cooperation for a sentence reduction process which is required.

The boss will also be resolving internal prison matters such as grievances, medical, religious rights, mail problems, visitation issues, transfers for compassionate and humanitarian reasons and other safety-related issues along with educational, vocational access to education. The boss will be picking up hard to find legal documents in several States. He will be meeting with the lawyers that he has retained on behalf of his clients along with multiple private investigators that are working to solve high-profile criminal cases during a sentence reduction under the cooperation with authority’s laws. The boss will be meeting with various family members of his incarcerated clients to give them an in-person update on the status of their case.

We are proud to announce that you may purchase the bosses newest book "Huffman's Services The Negotiator" at Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com or you can purchase the book directly from us by contacting our office Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time at 814-350-6898 or you may email us at huffmansservices18@gmail.com and the purpose of the book is to provide a more economical platform for the sentence reduction evaluation process and for 2018 we have changed how the process works. Instead of being required to place $15,400 on account and for us to proceed after that to get the evaluations we have changed it to the following: upon receipt of a $500 retainer we will do an internal company evaluation and provide you a copy of the bosses book so you understand the process along with all of the forms and instructions to mail back to us and we will evaluate if by our own internal company standards which take approximately 30 days if you are eligible. Assuming that you are eligible by our own internal prison standards then we will do an external prison evaluation which takes approximately 90 days and cost $2,000 and we will contact all of your lawyers and collect all of the legal documents and do the research concerning your case, we will collect all of the internal prison documents so we understand your internal prison conduct, we will seek out interview and retain a licensed private investigator in your local District of conviction to solve a high-profile criminal case to earn you a sentence reduction under the cooperation with authorities laws who is a former member of the law enforcement Community perhaps injured or retired in the line of duty who will be able to work with his former law enforcement colleagues once we have got everything organized we will provide a brief to your prosecutor of all of your internal prison conduct and current case situation along with what exactly we can accomplish in the local jurisdiction of your convictions if we are giving prosecutorial permission to do so and the boss will contact your Prosecutors office and get prosecutorial permission to proceed which is required for the sentence reduction process.

He will meet with your prosecutor during his business travel itinerary schedule. Those are the only changes for 2018 to our company programs. During the month of January the boss worked on literally hundreds of matters across the United States dealing with internal prison denial of rights to education, vocational, medical, mental health, visitation, marriage and divorce, and other internal prison records along with assisting to obtain difficult records from outside authorities and assisting inmates in their own Pro Se litigation. As you are all aware we are not lawyers are private investigators but we will retain a lawyer or a private investigator if we deem appropriate to assist us with your issues but basically, we use the existing lawyers that have previously worked on the case when we need a lawyer to minimize expenses.

For those clients that retain their services, that we are unable to continue to afford those services, we have written off of our taxes that loss, however, if you arrange your finances in the future, we are more than welcome to accept you as a client as we have already conducted all of the necessary research. The boss would like to extend to everybody hopes for the future, but we must be patient as dealing with the criminal justice system is a difficult process where everybody is against you to obtain the relief that you are in deserving of. It is a difficult job that we have balancing working with the law enforcement community, accepting the victims’ rights and their best interest and working with the prosecutors and judges and the Corrections Department to obtain both sentencing relief and other relief in this time consuming, lengthy, and difficult process.

The only guarantee we could offer you when dealing with the criminal justice system on your behalf is that we will do every bit of the work that we have promised that we will do as we understand that every day of a man or a woman's life is precious and there is no life if you are incarcerated behind steel and concrete away from your loved ones and an opportunity for Redemption that everybody deserves. We look forward to working with everybody in February please be advised that if you are a client the January monthly report and invoices have been mailed out on February 3rd, however, the February monthly reporting invoice will only be a one-page summary invoice because the boss will be traveling during February 28th and will not be back in the office until March 24th and everybody knows their payment plan responsibilities. 


2019 Annual Report

At the end of every year, we issue a public statement concerning the work that we are doing and changes to our policies for the public and clients to review. 2019 has been a very busy year. We currently have many private investigators working around the United States on both federal and state cases to solve unsolved criminal offenses and to find wanted fugitives for the cooperation with authorities process. This concerns sentence reduction. As you are aware a sentence reduction requires cooperation with authorities and with the prosecutor's permission, this is how we use the cooperation with authorities laws. We are not lawyers or private investigators but we will retain one if we deem appropriate. We are essentially the process of last resort and there is never any guarantee that we will be successful but we do guarantee we will do all of the work that we have been retained to perform. During the course of 2019 we also cooperated on dozens of criminal investigations around the United States working with federal state and County authorities to resolve various criminal matters to include multiple investigations within federal state and County correctional facilities. During the course of 2019, our phone database shows that out of 2,350 calls received we only missed 31 calls and immediately returned all of those calls to our clients and potential clients. We are always available 24/7 in case of an emergency.we responded to every email that we received and every text message that we received. All of the letters that we received from incarcerated citizens we promptly responded to by sending them an information package which is identical to our website for their review. The next business trip is scheduled for February 12, 2019, and if you would like to meet Mr. Huffman during his next business trip please contact our office prior to February one 2019 so this can be scheduled during his normal business travel itinerary schedule across the United States. The meeting expense is $200 and he will meet you at a local hotel lobby close to your residence for your convenience to answer any questions and explain the process. any current client that would like to meet him please contact us no later than February one 2019 so that can be coordinated. There is no expense if you are a current client. We are proud to announce that we purchased a structure and converted that and remodeled it into an office to facilitate the work that we perform in a more efficient manner. Meetings may also be scheduled at the Renaissance Center in Erie Pennsylvania upon request. We are currently working on five additional books that will be published in 2019 and any inmate that would like to self publish a book can contact our offices and we can assist you in this endeavor also. In many cases a book project is helpful for a sentence reduction process to be able to interview potential witnesses in case there has been any change in their testimony or newly discovered evidence that may come to light during this process. It is becoming increasingly difficult to get the prosecutors in federal cases to agree to sentence reductions and in many cases, we will use the existing lawyers that previously represented our client or we will retain a new lawyer to represent our clients to deal with the prosecutors in federal cases. In state cases it is been very easy to speak to the elected district attorneys end of corresponding with them and to resolved various matters to include sentence reductions, detainer resolutions and direct cooperation from our client. During 2018 we were able to successfully using existing company funds assist a woman with a terrible drug history out of her past life of drugs and prostitution into a 30-day inpatient treatment center, then provided her safe housing during a 90-day period until she was able to get into a long-term one-year drug treatment rehabilitation Center. We are proud of our efforts with her and we will continue to help others that contact us with the same problem in our local area. 2019 will also bring many changes to the United States Federal Bureau of prisons in the form of the prison reform act that was passed by the United States Senate in December 2018 and will be taken up by the United States House of Representatives in 2019 which President Donald Trump has agreed to sign that bill and in fact initiated that bill a prison reform. This will result in approximately 3,000 crack offenders immediately being released from federal prisons along with additional eligibility for good time for many other prisoners and a lot of prisoner reform prison reform that is long overdue. We are also monitoring around the United States the various states that are considering prison reform which historically almost always goes hand-in-hand with the United States federal government changing their laws and policies. While we cannot provide any advice to anybody that is not a current client we will, of course, provide any updates on this website for the general public to review. When you retain Huffman Services you must consider that we are the process of last resort, there is no guarantee that we are going to be successful but in many cases we are. We are not a law firm in any way shape or form. Why we have many lawyers and private investigators working for us around the United States we do not litigate against the government. We do not litigate against the correctional centers. Our policy is that we will cooperate to accomplish relief on behalf of our clients. we have found that the majority of issues in an institution can be resolved by speaking to the proper authorities either at the central office, regional office or at the local facility levels depending on the circumstances. We cannot provide you with any legal advice nor can we represent you in court, however, we can assist you in your own pro se litigation. We are especially proud to provide veterans discounts, elderly discounts and a payment plan for those that cannot afford our services. Additionally, we provide one male and one female incarcerated citizen annually pro bono representation or discounted expenses. Please remember that for the sentence reduction process that's the funds that we received from our incarcerated clients or their families are never a profit. They merely cover the expenses for the process. For example, there is a $200 a month office expense when we are working on a case and there is a $200 travel expense when we travel on behalf of our incarcerated clients during a normal business trip. The retainer fee covers the cost of the process for example there is a $2,000 eligibility evaluation which takes approximately 90 days on average where we will research your case, find a licensed private investigator in your local District of conviction, provide a package to the prosecutor's offices of your institutional records and other positive developments in your case and then email and call them and schedule a meeting to meet with them to reach an agreement to reduce your sentence in any number of manner. A detainer dismissed, pending charges not prosecuted, recent by the judge are all of the many options for a sentence reduction with the prosecutor's permission of course. If a client has information to solve a high-profile criminal case we will develop that information and provide it to the proper authorities and if that information solves a high-profile criminal case that in many cases the prosecutor can use the cooperation laws or another legislative statutory option to reduce the sentence or may be of assistance with the state parole board. However, the only guarantee we could offer you when dealing with the criminal justice system on your behalf is that we will do every bit of the work that we have promised that we will do as we understand that every day of a man or woman's life is precious and there is no life if you are incarcerated behind steel-and-concrete away from your loved ones. Opportunity for redemption exists for everybody. We look forward to working with everybody in 2019 and we hope that everybody has a Merry Christmas, happy holidays and a Happy New year in 2019. 


Book Publishing Alert
Book # 1 The Negotiator, Book # 2 the Jason Hendrix story (HIM), Book # 3 the Michael Carroll story (Michael's Bargain), 
Book # 4 Jason Alexander Snyder (Female Abuser), book # 5 The Jessica Reed story, # 6 "Megan's Story"  (Drug Addict) are in production,
 , #7 (Drugs & Prostitution) THE WOMEN'S STORY are in production  View the Book List


"We are merely an extension of the inmate-defendants own pro se efforts"
We are not lawyers or private investigators but we will retain one if we deem appropriate.
Effective Sept 1st, 2018, we will consult with a lawyer for all sentence reduction services due to the difficulty in negotiation with prosecutors