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Weiner's Plea Deal Promises to Reduce Sentence by More Than Half

May 19, 2017, New York Law Journal

The New York Law Journal describes the plea agreement with the Department of Justice obtained by Arlo Devlin-Brown in his representation of Anthony Weiner in connection with the federal investigation into the exchange of sexually explicit messages with a minor. While Mr. Weiner could have been charged with an offense requiring a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years’ imprisonment, Devlin-Brown negotiated a plea requiring no minimum prison sentence and permitting an appeal should the sentence imposed exceed 27 months.

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