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Mitigation & Sentencing Advocate

Florida has been involved in the area of criminal justice and human services since 1981.
As President of the Children's Visitation Program, Florida oversees all programming for the children of offenders.
Since 1990, she has helped the program grow from a one person operation to a fully staff multi-service program, located in Wayne County.
Florida serves on numerous committees and coalitions which include the MPRI task force and the Michigan Department of Corrections Children and Families Committee.


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Our Mission

Developing each case consists of hours of interviews and communication with the client and other relevant family members in an effort to get an accurate history and
background information. Communication with court staff with plea
negotiation pending. Prior to sentencing, the information is compiled and presented to the court or the parole board. Our mission is to provide our clients with the best service possible.

  • Communication with the client
  • Accurate background information
  • Communication with court staff
  • Presentation of information to the court.

Our Vision

Our vision is to reach out to a larger percentage of inmates in need of our services. Our main focus has been those who have served at least 20 years of their sentence. We plan to gradually expand our reach and offer our services to a wider audience and impact our society positively. Our vision reflects our values: empathy, service, excellence, and teamwork.

  • Reach a Larger Percentage of Inmates
  • Impact our Society Positively
  • Our vision reflects our values


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    "Studies have shown that ( Sentence Mitigation Reports ) such advisors have had an impact in reducing sentences and finding alternatives to incarceration."
    Christian Science Monitor 2014