My Sentencing Attorney succumbs to COVID

I am normally writing about my criminal prosecution from many years ago, but there have been a number of deaths recently and I want to recognize these individuals. It is a bit debilitating to reflect on key people in my life and the criminal case and that they are...

Mom Died

I have been writing about being a criminal defendant, but today I am writing about being a daughter. Probably the most vigilant supporter I have ever known for my whole life was my Mother.  She knew my soul. She knew my essence. Good or bad, there was nothing that I...

Truth telling

I am describing my criminal prosecution experience from years ago. I was sitting firmly in the witness chair, next to the judge looking out at the sea of people: the jury, the prosecution’s table, and the supporters/observers in the audience. The first thing I...

Testifying

I am telling the story of a federal criminal case I was in many years ago. I had been told by many people that the Government had to find me guilty and that I didn’t need to prove my innocence. I didn’t believe it when I heard it and as time passed, I...

Rule 29

I am writing about my criminal trial from many years ago. If the defense feels the prosecution has not proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt, there is a timely action to make. A “Rule 29 Motion,” based on Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 29, is typically made...

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