Adrianne Miller – 15 years

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Adrianne Miller – 15 years

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Name:
Adrianne Davis Miller
Age: 39
Race: White
Raised: Born in Alabama, raised in several states bc we moved alot bc of dads job
Tried: Mobile Alabama
Will live: Mobile Alabama
Charges: Conspiracy with intent to distribute a controlled substance / Conspiracy with intent to possess a list I chemical known to manufacture methamphetamine
Sentence: 15 years
Sentenced on: April 23 2015
Served: Going into my 4th year
Priors: Possession of a controlled substance x 3
Prison Conduct: Clear Conduct
Clemency status: Filed November 27, 2017 Pending #C275334
Release date: January 2028
Institution: FMC Carswell
Accomplishments: Completed Life Connections Program April, 2018
On waiting list for the Resolve Program through psychology dept
Volunteer for Pallaitive Care through the Social Worker dept
FCI Aliceville Life MGMT Skills course I – Recreation dept. 
US American History – Education dept
Self Esteem – Education dept
Health Awareness – Recreation dept.
Drug Education – DTS, Psychology department
SISTA Program – Social Worker Department
Foundation Group – Social Worker dept
ACCESS Group – Social worker dept
Trauma in Life – Psychology dept
100 ways to motivate yourself – education dept
Modern Marvels – Education dept
Parenting Workshop – Education dept
Beginners Law Library – Education dept
Native American – Education dept
Life eternal clones – Education dept
Public Speaking – Education dept
Parenting from within – Education dept
Suicide prevention – Reentry dept
Women’s relationships – LGSW, Social Worker dept
Fun craft rug braiding – recreation dept
Legal expungement – reentry dept
Budget and finance – reentry dept
Christians women Job Corp – reentry dept
Buying a home – reentry dept
Samford University seminar – reentry dept
HIV/AIDS – reentry seminar
Voter registration – reentry dept
Probation seminar – reentry dept
Senior services – reentry
Domestic Violence – reentry dept
The Book of Acts – Religious Services
The Book of James – Religious Services
Born to Win Bible corrsespondence – Emmaus Correspondence School
Men who met the Master Bible correspondence – Emmaus Correspondence School
Country called Heaven Bible correspondence course – Source of Light
Boy meets Girl, Louie Giglio on Biblical relationships – Religious Services
Beginners Sign language – recreation dept
Prison Fellowship – reentry dept
Life and Death, Louie Giglio on Biblical life MGMT – Religious Services
Work for Religious Services – Clerk for the director of the LCP Program
Volunteer to operate the sound system for all religious services functions to include all protestant church services

According to Adrianne: 

Adrianne with her father

I am seeking commutation of sentence for the following reasons:  Drug addiction is a disease that has affected my life negatively and as an addict I made choices I would not have made otherwise and I am truly sorry and regretful for those choices. I take full responsibility for those choices and I understand the consequences of my actions. At the end of 2013 I became involved in a non-violent conspiracy for methamphetamine and by March 2014 I was indicted and received a sentence of 15 years. I feel a 15 year sentence was a little too harsh considering my involvement in the conspiracy was strictly to feed my addiction. I was an addict. An addict needs the love and support of their family and I have that more than ever. My family needs me just as much as I need them. During this incarceration I have truly learned the value of sobriety and the cost of my

Adrianne with her spiritual mom.

physical freedom. I have and continue to take full advantage of all of the rehabilitative process and programs that the Bureau has to offer. I will graduate the Life Connections Program (LCP) in April of this year, which is an optional and residential eighteen month faith based program that teaches you how to deal with adversity in life by using my faith. I am taking programs, classes and groups that contribute to my well being as a whole to include physical, mental, spiritual and emotional development. I also volunteer as a Hospice Companion since this is a medical facility. I work for the Religious Services department as a clerk for the LCP Program.

Adrianne with her mother

I have maintained clear conduct and am incident free and have spent my time working in a positive and productive manner for both myself and helping others. I would like the opportunity to make my wrongs right by giving back to my community and help the still suffering addicts learn how to live a drug free, productive and fulfilling life. I want to prove to myself, society and my family that I can be the productive citizen I used to be. I know with all of my heart that I can be a better person and help others because of my past experiences and failures, and this journey that I am on right now. This is my heart’s biggest desire and I pray that someone will find me worthy of redemption and have mercy on me and my family since I am not asking to go home tomorrow, I am only asking for mercy with some relief on this 15 year sentence.

As a direct result of my destructive choices and behaviors, I became involved in a non-violent drug conspiracy for methamphetamine and received a fifteen-year sentence in federal prison and I take full responsibility for my choices and involvement in the conspiracy. I would like the opportunity to make my wrongs right by giving back to my community and help the still suffering addict learn how to live a drug free, productive and fulfilling life. I have set goals for myself and plan to achieve them starting here during incarceration. I am taking programs, classes and groups that contribute to my wellbeing as a whole to include physical, mental, spiritual and emotional development. These programs and experiences are teaching me how to change my decision-making skills, develop healthy boundaries, manage my emotions and deal with conflict management. I have maintained clear conduct and am incident free. I have a very solid support system at home from my family and family friends, they have not left my side throughout this whole journey and I am so grateful to have them. They are getting older and I want nothing more than to spend time with my family. I wish I could turn back time and correct the choices I have made that brought me here, but I can’t so I am praying at this point that the justice system will have mercy on my family and I, so I can get home sooner than what it says on paper = 2028. When you are an addict, you lose perspective on what is important in life and I am truly sorry and regretful for those choices that I made through addiction. I know with all of my heart that I have learned the value of sobriety, the cost of my physical freedom and the most important thing #1 – family, #2 – Having the opportunity to serve God and help others like myself find and experience the true joy that life brings us.

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