Aloha, I'm Nick with A-1 Bail Bonds. In this issue of "Jail Mail" we'll discuss:
-Myles Breiner's persistence pays off for inmate John Freudenberg
-Mr. Breiner's sage advice on how to select an attorney
-The video I need to make for YouTube to help all clients moving forward
A Battle Spanning Four Decades: Attorney Myles Breiner's Persistence Pays Off
After over 40 years behind bars, inmate John Freudenberg finally saw a glimmer of hope, as his recent parole hearing marked a significant turn in his long journey.
Back in the 1980s, Freudenberg was convicted for a series of heinous crimes in Manoa. Despite being sentenced to life with the chance of parole, his appeals had been declined year after year.
“The bottom line is Mr. Freudenberg has had 40 years of no misconducts, he’s been an exemplary inmate. He has developed many skills over the years. He became an electrician,” said Mr. Breiner in a recent interview.
The Hawaii Paroling Authority assured the public of their dedication to safety. Upon Freudenberg's eventual release, stringent monitoring measures will be in place, ensuring community safety.
Unlocking Early Probation Release: Know the Halfway Rule with Stephanie Nagaoka
- Most don't know: exemplary behavior for half your probation term can lead to early release upon petition.
- A-1 Bail Bonds clients, take note and ask your attorney or public defender to help you GET OFF probation early.
- As a side project, I plan to make a YouTube animated short on how easy this process can be.
Selecting the Right Advocate: A Guide to Choosing Your Ideal Attorney
Years ago, I quizzed Mr. Breiner on the secrets to picking the perfect attorney.CLICK HERE to uncover what he revealed.
Earlier this year, A-1 reworked our phone system with the goal of never missing a call. Since implementing our new system in January of 2022, A-1 has a near 100% answer rate. Our google listing number, 808-664-5010 rings to 4 agents sequentially, so YOU can reach a live person on almost every call.
CLICK HERE to view the latest from senior news anchor Stephanie Nagaoka of the A-1 News Network.