Category Archives: Larry’s Blog

Inspirational Quotes From Every U.S. President

All 45 U.S. Presidents give great inspirational quotes  George Washington – “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for ’tis better to be alone than in bad company.” John Adams – “To be good, and to do good, is all we have to do.” Thomas Jefferson – “Nothing can […] Read the Rest…

Prison and Jail Oversight – Open Request to Governor DeSantis

Governor DeSantis, we are requesting an independent investigation.  On December 9, 2018 Gregory Lloyd Edwards, a 38-year-old combat veteran with PTSD was acting erratically at a Walmart and the police were called. (Rightfully so) Gregory Edwards was arrested and taken to the Brevard County jail and ended up dead. The full story is in the […] Read the Rest…

VOTE – Election 2018 – There Are Some Very Important Races You Need A Voice In

How important is YOUR vote? One of the most important things a citizen of the United States can do is exercise their right to vote. People have died, so others can live in a free society, and voting is a part of that free society. One of the main things that separates the United States […] Read the Rest…

Larry Lawton on NBC the Today Show discussing 100 million dollar robbery

Larry Lawton, former jewel robber and founder of the Reality Check Program helps analyst figure out what happened in a 100 million dollar jewel heist in London. A multi-million-dollar heist in London’s jewelry quarter was likely carried out by a team of a dozen “professionals” with inside knowledge of the vault they robbed, according to […] Read the Rest…

Thank You President Obama and President Trump – By: Larry Lawton

Clemency I am so happy for my friend Timothy Tyler (He was known as Lumpy in USP Atlanta) who was given Clemency by President Barack H. Obama and was released May 30, 2018. Lumpy was given a life sentence for a non-violent drug offense at age 22. (Selling acid at Grateful Dead concerts – It […] Read the Rest…

Was Zachary Cruz tortured in the Broward County Jail? Why Was Cruz given a $500K bond?

Answers by Larry Lawton, ex-con and Honorary Police Officer and Glenn Roderman, former Judge, Prosecutor and now Criminal Defense Attorney with over 40 years’ experience.   Is ZACHARY CRUZ being punished for the crimes of his brother? You decide.   What does someone think when you mention the name Cruz, School and Arrest? At first, […] Read the Rest…

Why Some Communities Don’t Trust the Police – 2% vs 98%. “We the People“

Transparency, communications and holding people accountable is the only way Law Enforcement leaders can gain the public’s confidence and trust. The most important documents in American history are the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of United States. These two documents are what makes America great and separates us from any other country. One declared […] Read the Rest…

Prison Riot in South Carolina kills 7 and injures 17. How does what happened in South Carolina affect you? By: Larry Lawton

It is a big misconception that what goes on in prison stays in prison. In-fact, it is the opposite. What goes on in prison comes to you and your community. 95% of all inmates will be released back into society and according to the Prison Policy Initiative there are almost 2.3 million people in 1,719 […] Read the Rest…

For Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders, Lawyers and Government Officials

The Online Court Ordered Reality Check Program helps Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders, Lawyers and Government Officials by: Changing bad behavior Keeping the community safe Holding the offender accountable Reducing crime Lowering recidivism Saving money No cost to you / Paperless Showing the community you care with Positive Press Juvenile and Adult Misdemeanor Offenders are sentenced […] Read the Rest…

How to Fix Policing – By: Larry Lawton

Hire the right people – Values Implement community policing in the right way. Training, Training, Training Use the right equipment and tools. Understand and use the media as a partner, not an enemy. As an honorary police officer and also an ex-con, (only one in the United States) I see policing from both sides of […] Read the Rest…