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Going Beyond the Typical Sentencing Submission Results in Client’s Freedom

By Robert G. Stahl Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Sentencing, Probation on Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Stahl Criminal Defense prides itself on the detailed, exhaustively researched and nuanced sentencing presentations we make in federal and state court matters. Laura Gasiorowski, a member of the firm for 15 years, is especially gifted in working with clients and their families in crafting powerful presentations. With her background in death penalty mitigation, she is well equipped to investigate the client’s social, mental, and educational history and uncover the type of powerful mitigation evidence that often makes the difference. Knowing and understanding the Guidelines is crucial, but in addition to making the right legal arguments a sentencing memo has to individualize the client and present whatever personal characteristics, social history, or circumstances that mitigate culpability.

Tags: Sentencing, Probation

Restrictions on International Travel Due to a Criminal Conviction

By Robert G. Stahl Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Guilty Plea, Loss of Rights, Conviction, Probation, Parole, Travel, Voting Rights, Firearms, Suspension of Professional Licenses on Thursday, November 9, 2017

When someone is facing criminal charges they usually worry about the effects on family, reputation and their freedom. And while one’s freedom is of primary importance, there are also serious collateral consequences from a guilty plea or conviction. The loss of voting rights, inability to own firearms, loss or suspension of professional licenses and freedom of movement are some of the long-lasting effects of a criminal record.

Tags: Guilty Plea, Loss of Rights, Conviction, Probation, Parole, Travel, Voting Rights, Firearms, Suspension of Professional Licenses

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