LGR LAW OBTAINS EXTRAORDINARY PLEA IN MURDER FOR HIRE CASE

In April 2023, LGR Law was able to obtain an extremely favorable Fed. R. Crim. P. 11(c) (1) (c)[1] plea for a client charged with murder for hire.  His initial plea included his applicable federal guidelines, which were initially 151-188 months in prison, with a ten-year maximum. With the first plea, the client was almost assured a ten-year sentencing.  After reviewing the evidence and engaging in negotiations with the government, LGR law was able to obtain a plea with the government assuring him that he would receive between 24 and 36 months in prison if the court accepted the plea.  The court entered the plea in April of this month.   Sentencing is scheduled for September.

[1] Rule 11(c)(1)(C) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure provides that if the district court accepts a plea containing an agreement between the government and the defendant about a specific sentence, sentencing range, or the applicability of a specific guide-lines provision, policy statement, or sentencing factor, the court is bound by the parties’ agreement for purposes of sentencing.

At LGR Law, we are experienced federal criminal defense lawyers in New Jersey and New York. Lorraine Gauli-Rufo and her staff have nearly 35 years of federal and state criminal law experience. We have represented and successfully defended many people charged with fentanyl offenses. Contact LGR Law at 973-239-4300 or visit our website at https://lgaulirufo.com/ for a free consultation today. We fight for your rights and protect your freedom when you are charged or threatened with a federal or state crime.

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