I agree with the other posters.
This scenario is insane. The expected outcome is also insane.
Stop setting this out on an unsecure public website.
Get a consultation with an experienced federal practitioner.
I would expect that your attorney may still have your closed file and would be obligated to provide the information to you.
But, lawyers do not keep files forever, so do this as soon as possible.
Otherwise, as has been pointed out, an attorney being newly hired now will be able to get many of the pertinent documentation about your case.
There is no doubt whatever that you should consult with local counsel who has experience with this charge and is well known to this court, and this prosecutor's office.
I also believe that you should be represented by this lawyer to avoid pitfalls and to be certain you are dealt with properly as an individual so you have the greatest chance of having the case disposed of in a way that brings about no conviction of any offense, if possible.
This sounds federal.
That aside, I have represented people under these very circumstances, and some of them became CIs. Because it was early and they had much to share and do, they were not charged.
That would likely never have happened for them if they tried to accomplish this on their own. There are agreements to entered into and much to do.
DO NOT ATTEMP THIS ON YOUR OWN.
Get to an experienced federal practitioner who has done before this alone.
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Is this present case a FEDERAL drug conspiracy?
If that is the case, then truthfully your husband faces serious jeopardy.
The specific amount of time he faces is controlled by two things in particular:
1. Is there a statutory mandatory minimum sentence applicable?; and
2. What are the specific advisory sentencing guidelines?
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