If you were sentenced to 10 years in prison today, what would you do? At 22, this is what this episode's guest had to ask himself. Instead of it breaking him, Aaron "Ace" Moore used that time to evolve and advocate for himself including filing a Motion to Suppress to the Federal Court on his own behalf. During this time, he found his calling: physical fitness. Now, an elite master trainer and nutritional coach, Ace isn't just transforming bodies. He is transforming lives.
I invite you to join our conversation as Ace and I discuss:
Only 2% of federal criminal defendants go to trial, and most who do are found guilty
USSC Career Criminal Sentencing Guidelines
United States v. Moore decision
No escape: The trauma of witnessing violence in prison
Where can you find Aaron "Ace" Moore
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