How National Legal Professional Associate (NLPA) Helps Our Clients

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Someone you know in prison? Here’s how national legal professional associates (nlpa) can help.

Brandon C. Marshall: NLPA assisted in the preparation for his sentencing. His case was heard in USDC, WDKY, Louisville (3:16-cr-00004). The PSI recommended a sentence of 210 months. The court imposed 120 months - saving Mr. Marshall 7.5 years in prison.

Sean Richardson: NLPA assisted Mr. Richardson’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in USDC, EDTN, Knoxville (3:15-cr-00043). The PSI recommended a sentence of 240 months. The court imposed 96 months - saving Mr. Richardson 12 years in prison.

Angel Munoz-Escalante: NLPA worked with Mr. Munoz-Escalante’s attorney to secure an early release into the CTC.

Akil Tymes: NLPA assisted Mr. Tymes in obtaining a prison transfer in the State of Florida. Mr. Tymes was being threatened by other inmates in his current facility. With NLPA’s assistance, Mr. Tymes was moved to another prison securing this safety.

Jesus Salas-Leyva: NLPA assisted Mr. Salas-Leyva’s attorney in research for sentencing. His case was heard in USDC, EDTX, Sherman (4:10-cr-00140). The PSI recommended a sentence of life. The court instead imposed a sentence of 30 years – saving Mr. Salas-Leyva at least 20 years in prison.

Tevin Jerome Manigo: NLPA assisted Mr. Manigo’s attorney in research for sentencing. His case was heard in USDC, Dist. SC, Charleston (2:15-cr-00597). His PSI recommended a sentence of life. The court instead imposed a sentence of 37 months – saving Mr. Manigo 7 years in prison.

Courtney Lashea Thornton: NLPA assisted Ms. Thornton’s attorney in research for sentencing. The case was heard in USDC, WDMO Jefferson (2:14-cr-04065). The PSI recommended a sentence of 16 months. The court imposed a sentence of 3 months - saving Ms. Thompson 1 year in prison.

Randall Lee Daniels: NLPA assisted Mr. Daniels’ attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, Dist of SC (3:04-cr-00132). The PSI recommended a sentence of 360 months. The court instead imposed 288 months - saving Mr. Daniels 6 years in prison.

Lofton Clark: NLPA assisted Mr. Clark’s attorney in preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, District of KS, 5:13-cr-40034. The PSI recommended a sentence of 140 months. The court instead imposed 130 months - saving Mr. Clark 10 months in prison.

Robert Rios: NLPA assisted Mr. Rios’ attorney in the preparation of research for sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, WDPA, 2:13-cr-00252. The PSI recommended a sentence of 57-71 months. The court imposed 30 months - saving Mr. Rios 3 years.

Chandra Ross: NLPA assisted Ms. Ross’ attorney with research for her sentencing. Her case was heard in the USDC, SDWV, 2:13-cr-00213. The PSI recommended a sentence of 130-157 months; however, the court ad imposed 84 months - saving Ms. Ross more than 6 years prison.

Donald Whitten: NLPA assisted Mr. Whitten’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, WDPA, 2:13-cr-00216-CB-1. The PSI recommended a sentencing guideline of 120 months; however, the court imposed 46 months - saving Mr. Whitten more than six years in prison.

Hector Rengifo: NLPA assisted Mr. Rengifo’s attorney in the research for his sentencing. His case was heard in USDC, MDPA,1:13-cr-00131. The PSI recommended a sentencing range of 151-188 months. The court instead imposed 120 months - saving Mr. Rengifo more than 5 years in prison.

Samuel Raphael Johnson: NLPA assisted Mr. Johnson’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, WDMO, 2:12-CR-04008. The PSI recommended a sentencing guideline range of 20 years to life; however, the court instead imposed 180 months - saving Mr. Johnson more than 15 years in prison.

Charles Prewitt: Mr. Prewitt pled guilty in USDC, Eastern District of Louisiana in a drug conspiracy case. NLPA assisted Mr. Prewitt’s attorney in a successful appeal of the denial of this §3582 motion.

John Randy Callihan: NLPA assisted Mr. Callihan’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, SDOH, 1:12-CR-00054. The PSI recommended a sentencing guideline range of 188-235 months; however, the court instead imposed 60 months - saving Mr. Callihan more than 14 years in prison.

Marcus Alberty: NLPA assisted Mr. Alberty’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, NDTX, 3:14-cr-00007. The PSI recommended a sentencing guideline range of 180-188 months; however, the court instead imposed 90 months - saving Mr. Alberty more than eight years in prison.

Reemal Kumar Patel: NLPA assisted Mr. Patel’s attorney in the preparation of research for his sentencing. His case was heard in the USDC, SDFL, 9:12-cr-80105-003. The PSI recommended a sentencing guideline of 87 months; however, the court instead imposed 70 months - saving Mr. Patel 17 months in prison.

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