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...

Prosecution Witnesses

I am telling the story of my criminal prosecution and this blog is a summary of the prosecution’s witnesses. Per their charges, the prosecution was supposed to prove that I was in a conspiracy to launder money. Money laundering is defined as the concealment of...

A Tribute to My Aunt

I was prosecuted for a crime I didn’t commit years ago. I sit here writing my blog with tears in my eyes and a warm heart.  For nearly two weeks, I have been in a skilled nursing facility daily beside my Aunt who is dying. She has lived a long, healthy, good...

Arbitration – continued

I am describing a federal criminal prosecution I was involved with many years ago. I was innocent. As my securities career grew, I decided to become an industry arbitrator. I had been on a committee of 3 where we listened to clients discuss their claims against their...

Arbitration with Former Co-defendants

I am describing a federal criminal prosecution I was involved with many years ago. I was innocent. For most of the time that the criminal prosecution was going on, it continuously amazed me that all my co-defendants were responding to an investor arbitration case that...

A more than “heavy” package

I am describing a federal criminal prosecution I was involved with many years ago. I was innocent. If you read my blog regularly, I apologize for the delay from my last blog. The last one got me. I have never been able to get the words out until now and it’s not...

Post Trial Activities

I am writing about my personal prosecution experience. When we left the Courtroom after I could hardly move from hearing the verdict, my husband could not seem to find his way home. Literally. He went around in circles a few times, until I asked him if he wanted me to...

Verdict

I am describing my criminal prosecution that took place many years ago. I was innocent.  When the jury said they had a verdict, we were all back in the Courtroom within less than 10 minutes. It had only been a day since the trial concluded, so you second guess if the...

Testified

I had redefined exhaustion after I testified. There would be no more 18+ hour days of working full time, taking care of 3 kids, and getting up at 3 or 4 am to work on the case. For about a year and a half, I kept that schedule and I just didn’t have to do that...

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