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Cases Used in Reasoning of Petro’s sentence- What is Fair?

Cases Used in Reasoning of Petro’s sentence- What is Fair?. Advertisements

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Letter to Eric Holder, Attorney General

Sent: November 7, 2013 Attorney General Eric Holder Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 Much has been recently discussed about the explosion of the prison population in recent decades. Currently there are numerous bills being passed … Continue reading

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Connecticut Attorneys get Preferential Treatment from arrest to sentencing….

Connecticut Attorneys get Preferential Treatment from arrest to sentencing…. by Stacey Petro Danbury, CT, December, 2013 On June 16th 2010 I had half a dozen armed FBI agents pound on my door. I was nine months pregnant, which despite their … Continue reading

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My appeal- and a Call to Action for fair review!

On  January 14th my case is on the calendar to review the motion that the government submitted requesting that my appeal be dismissed entirely.   What they are basing this on is that in my plea there was a provision that … Continue reading

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