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  TESP - an Alternative Sentencing Program
that Utilized the Transcendental Stress Management
 Program for Offender Rehabilitation

 

Endorsements from Judges, a Missouri Senator and
Probation and Parole Officers
 

 

Judges

Listen to a talk by Hon. Judge David C. Mason at the TESP Graduation of 12 9 09.

 

 

 

 

Read what four judges had to say about the use of The Enlightened Sentencing Project as an effective tool to assist with the rehabilitation of offenders.  Featured are remarks from:

Hon. Judge David C. Mason
TESP Founding Judge
22nd Judicial Circuit of St Louis, Missouri

 

Hon. Judge Henry E. Autrey
United States District Judge, Eastern District of Missouri

 

Hon. Judge Lisa VanAmburg
Judicial Circuit Court, St Louis, Missouri

 

Hon. Judge Thomas Russell (Retired)
7th Judicial Circuit of the State of Illinois

 

Senator the Hon. Rita Heard Days of the Missouri Legislature

Senator Days had been a strong supporter of The Enlightened Sentencing Project for many years because of the results seen in graduates of the TESP program.  Read what Senator Days had to say here.

 

Probation Officers

Probation Officers work with offenders on a variety of treatment programs.  Read what the Liaison Officer between the Department of Probation and Parole, St Louis, and The Enlightened Sentencing Project, Mr. Bill Montgomery, and four Probation Officers said about the TESP making their job easier.

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Bill Montgomery, M.A., LPC, CCJP, PPO II
former Liaison Officer between the Department of Probation and Parole,
St Louis, MO, and The Enlightened Sentencing Project


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 


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