10-Year Minimum Sentence Reduced to 9 Months

In U.S. v. B.T., the defendant was facing a ten-year mandatory minimum sentence for allegedly conspiring to distribute crack cocaine.  After it was discovered that the government’s primary investigating agent had engaged in misconduct in other cases, though not that one, Attorney Dudley was able to negotiate a settlement of the matter which ultimately resulted in his client receiving a sentence of nine months, followed by nine months of house arrest.

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