Russell was found guilty of distributing heroin and fentanyl under the statute 21 U.S.C. 841(a)(1). As a result, he received a sentence that was below the Guidelines, with a duration of 96 months in prison, followed by a three-year period of supervised release.
The National Police Association (NPA), a nonprofit entity, defines its objective as "educating supporters of law enforcement on how to assist police departments in achieving their objectives.
Patrick found himself in a precarious situation when he was working near the residence of an on-and-off girlfriend.
Scanlon, a veteran with a history of chronic pain and sleep disorders, took a leave of absence from his position as a Systems Administrator at McKesson.
Three separate groups of plaintiffs made allegations of price fixing within the broiler chicken market.
Brown is the exclusive proprietor and operator of a credit-monitoring service.
Brown injured his knee when he fell while at his former prison, leading to the need for medical attention and placement in the "special needs" category.
Until recently, in all McDonald’s franchise contracts, franchise operators made a commitment to refrain from hiring individuals who were employed by different franchises or by McDonald’s itself within six months after those individuals had concluded their employment with McDonald’s or another franchise.
Munoz, originally from Honduras, relocated to Guatemala without obtaining legal status there.
Garcia provided logistical assistance while another individual unloaded items from a concealed compartment on an empty bus, with these items being controlled substances.
In 2020, Skaggs was found guilty of producing and possessing child pornography.
While executing a search warrant at Kamkarian's residence, FBI agents seized computers that contained 12 videos and over 46,000 images of child pornography.
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