An in-depth analysis of federal sentencing guidelines in the wake of United States v. Booker, which rendered those guidelines advisory rather than mandatory.
Attorney Harlan Protass discusses how to skim the top off a federal prison sentence.
According to Attorney Harlan Protass, prosecutors could seek a five year sentence for the former Illinois governor, but shouldn’t.
Harlan Protass and Mark D. Harris discuss how Such a move would permit thousands of men and women who were harshly sentenced long ago to benefit from lawmakers’ enlightened perspectives.
Bush commutes Libby’s sentence, while his lawyers come down hard on everyone else.
How to pull a child out of the juvenile justice system.
Can you legally steal your own property?
“Lawmakers let pass into law new guidelines proposed by the Sentencing Commission that will cut crack prison terms by an average of just over two years, with the amount of narcotics involved still playing the determining factor in the length of sentences.”
How to incriminate yourself on the stand without getting in trouble.