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What Are Federal Sentencing Memos?
Sentencing memos often focus on who the convicted defendant is, and not the crime committed. A sentencing memorandum should be detailed and tell the client’s story and highlight the factors, called Section 3553 factors, that a judge must consider in imposing a
According to one federal judge, this is a fact!
This past week U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman ruled that Congress had no authority to ban female genital mutilation. The judge stated that “as despicable as this practice may be,” Congress did not have the authority to pass the 22-year-old federal
In 2014, Kesha (Kesha Rose Serbert) filed a civil lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court, accusing music producer “Dr. Luke” Gottwald of sexually, physically, and emotionally abusing her during their professional relationship.
Kesha’s lawsuit alleged:
“Ms. Sebert took the pills and woke up the following afternoon, naked in
This is a fact! In order to avoid the statute of limitations prosecutors have brought indictments against anonymous DNA profiles!
Recently prosecutors in Wisconsin filed a felony charge against the DNA profile of an unidentified man believed to have sent a threatening letter to a judge. The DNA was
This is a fact!
Doxing can refer to a broad array of conduct, but its essence is publishing private information about a person, such as home address, employment location, cell phone numbers, etc, usually out of a sense of revenge or social justice. The term comes from the abbreviation “docs”
Just recently in San Jose, California, 90-year old Tony Aiello was arrested on suspicion of murdering his 67-year-old stepdaughter, Karen Navarra, who was wearing a Fitbit when she died.
The victim was discovered in her home, slumped over in a chair, clutching a large