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Scruggs’ Sentencing Memo Filed – 30 Months (Scruggs), or 60 months (Gov’t)

Posted in Scruggs, Sentencing

Yesterday, June 25, both Scruggs and the government filed their sentencing memorandum (available here and here). First, maybe it’s just me, but when five lawyers from San Francisco have to sign your sentencing memo and they have collectively included 81 footnotes, then methinks you are on the losing side.  Continuing a pattern we’ve seen in this… Continue Reading

Scruggs Scorecard

Posted in Scruggs

The Scruggs trial (see earlier post here) was to begin Monday, March 31 and as we all know all of the defendants have entered guilty pleas either to Count One of the Indictment, or to a Criminal Information (Zach Scruggs and Joseph Langston (who was not named in the original Indictment)). A reader friendly scorecard… Continue Reading