DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.
Despite the Federal Sentencing Guidelines recommending a prison sentence ranging between 27-34 months, Robert Malove was able to persuade recently appointed US District Court Judge Robin Rosenberg to exercise her discretion and not send Mr. Malove’s client to prison. Mr. Malove was able to point out to the Judge that his client had fully accepted responsibility for his actions. Mr. Malove pointed out to the Judge that his client had prepaid in full $15,000.00 in restitution that was owed to the victim. That, taken along with other meritorious acts of kindness convinced the Judge that the criminal conduct engaged in by Mr. Malove’s client was aberrant and unusual and contrary to the clients otherwise clean record.
Being charged with a crime in Federal court is unique and different from prosecution to state court. Not all criminal defense attorneys can properly and effectively represent individuals in Federal court without having sufficient experience and knowledge of how to do so. Robert Malove is a Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer with extensive knowledge of practicing in Federal Courts throughout the United States. Mr. Malove has superior knowledge and familiarity when it comes to Federal Sentencing matters. “While we wish that all of our clients were in fact not guilty, that is not always the case. That is why it is important to come up an affective strategy to resolve the case without the client having to serve any time behind bars.”