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Our firm helps client get his life sentence reduced to “time served”

December 17, 2020
A federal judge in New Orleans granted our firm’s motion for compassionate release, filed behalf of our 82-year-old client at the federal prison in Jesup, Georgia. Our client had been sentenced to life in 1988 for smuggling 450 kilograms of cocaine into the U.S., though he was never accused of engaging in any violence or […]

Our firm helps client avoid prison in major federal drug conspiracy case

November 8, 2020
Yesterday, a federal district court judge in Gainesville, Georgia sentenced our client to three years of probation.  Our client was accused of being involved in a large marijuana grow house conspiracy and was originally facing a five-year mandatory minimum sentence in prison. Our firm was able to convince federal prosecutors to remove the stiff mandatory […]

Our firm wins release of inmate based on COVID-19 and excessive sentence

September 16, 2020
Yesterday, Senior U.S. District Judge Orinda Evans granted our firm’s motion for compassionate release and released our client from prison after he had served 15 years of a 64-year sentence. We requested his immediate release based on his pre-existing medical conditions, which increased his risk of severe illness from COVID-19. We also challenged the excessiveness […]

Our firm wins “compassionate release” for BOP inmate who tested positive for COVID-19

July 3, 2020
After two court hearings and hours of arguing with prosecutors, our firm succeeded in persuading a federal judge in San Diego to grant our client’s motion for an early release from prison. Our client will soon be reunited with his family and serve the rest of his sentence on home confinement. Our client has significant […]

Our firm gets federal charges dismissed for client accused of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran

December 17, 2019
Our firm won another federal criminal case last week when federal prosecutors dismissed charges against our client after a trial date was set. Politico reported on the case which involved an Iranian-born American citizen and medical researcher in Kentucky who was charged with violating U.S. sanctions against Iran known as the ITSR (Iranian Transactions and […]