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General Flynn: Accepting Responsibility Verbally, but Offering Excuses in Writing – What Not to Argue in a Sentencing Memo

By Robert G. Stahl Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Sentencing, Sentence, Michael Flynn, Cooperating, Russia Investigation, Cooperating Plea Agreement on Tuesday, December 18, 2018

In the multiple investigations surrounding the Trump presidency and his administration, former National Security Advisor, General Michael Flynn, pled guilty to lying to the FBI and cooperated with the government. He cooperated ostensibly to earn a “substantial assistance letter” and downward departure motion, which is filed by the government on a defendant’s behalf to seek a sentence below the advisory U.S. Sentencing Guidelines’ range, in this case 0 – 6 months.

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