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Sentencing Memorandums in California Federal Courts

Even if you've been convicted of a criminal offense in one of California's federal courts, your case is far from over - you need an expert attorney fighting for your rights at your sentencing to ensure that your punishment is fair. An experienced defense attorney from The Kavinoky Law Firm will prepare a detailed sentencing memorandum to persuade the court to treat you with leniency.

Because of the recent relaxation of strict federal sentencing guidelines, the judge in your case has a great deal of discretion in determining your punishment. our defense lawyer will submit a sentencing memorandum prior to your sentencing that will highlight mitigating factors in your case to encourage the court to punish you less harshly.

Effective sentencing memorandums in federal criminal cases often require the input of a psychologist or other treatment professionals who can thoroughly explain to the court any mitigating conditions that may have contributed to any criminal behavior.

It may also be necessary to call witnesses to testify at your sentencing hearing on your behalf about your character and any mitigating circumstances that may have contributed to your behavior. Your defense lawyer will also argue persuasively on your behalf to the judge.

Your federal criminal case is far from over even if you've pled guilty or been convicted by a jury. It's critical to have a skilled defense attorney prepare a compelling sentencing memorandum and advocate on your behalf. A knowledgeable defense lawyer from The Kavinoky Law Firm will advocate on your behalf to obtain the fairest possible sentence. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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