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Fox News Quotes Criminal Defense Attorney Robert Stahl on Withdrawing Guilty Pleas

By Robert G. Stahl Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Criminal Defense Law Firm News on Tuesday, May 29, 2018

In Fox News coverage of the one-year anniversary of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, In Kaitlyn Schallhorn's May 17, 2018 coverage of Michael Flynn's legal options, Ms.Schallhorn quotes Mr. Stahl:

Robert Stahl, a white-collar criminal defense attorney in New York and New Jersey, told Fox News withdrawing a guilty plea “is extremely rare and very difficult.”

Withdrawing-Guilty-PleasThe article provides a one-year review of the investigation, including Mueller's original appointment as Special Prosecutor and the indictments that have been filed to date, including:

  • Conspiracy
  • Making false statements
  • Tax evasion
  • Bank fraud
  • Lying to the FBI
  • Using stolen identities
  • Interference with the 2016 presidential election

The article also includes Presidential Donald Trump's tweets regarding his accusations regarding the investigation.

The complete article can be viewed on the Fox News site, or downloaded as a pdf.

Robert Stahl, and his firm, Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers aggressively defend individuals charged with complex federal and state crimes. Founder Robert G. Stahl is recognized as one of the top criminal defense attorneys in the NY/NJ area for his skills, knowledge and success. To contact the firm, call 908.301.9001 for the NJ office and 212.755.3300 for the NYC office, or email Mr. Stahl at

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