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Gregory Nicolaysen

Santa Clarita Federal Crime Lawyer.

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  1. My boyfriend caught a federal drug charge. He has already had a state drug charge and a federal drug charge.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Gregory Nicolaysen
    2. Luke Allen Thomas
    3. Raymond George Wigell
    4. John Robert Kormanik
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    If your boyfriend has two prior felony drug convictions, then he will be classified as a Career Offender under the federal sentencing guidelines. In addition, two prior felony drug convictions subjects him to statutory enhancements under 21 U.S.C. 851 which means that if the government files the 851 enhancements with the Court, then by law, he would be facing a mandatory life sentence if convicted. One of the key procedures to follow is to ask the Court to direct the Probation Office to...

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  2. How do i apply for early release of federal supervised release

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Claiborne Hambrick Ferguson
    2. Robert C. Keller
    3. Joseph Patrick Lesniak
    4. Gregory Nicolaysen
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    A motion can be filed with the U.S. District Court judge who imposed sentence, requesting early termination of supervised release. The Court has the authority to grant this motion. Importantly, the motion should demonstrate the client's excellent performance while on Supervised Release and hopefully contain a representation that the Probation Office supports, or at least does not object to, early termination. If the Probation Office feels that early termination is not warranted, it is highly...

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  3. Can a federal felony coded 18 - 1001 be expunged or seal after a period of time?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Seth Andrew Weinstein
    2. David Brent Cox
    3. Jeremy Brian Gordon
    4. Gregory Nicolaysen
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    No, a federal felony conviction cannot be expunged. Moreover, the general practice is not to seal the Judgement/Commitment Order containing the terms and conditions of sentence. However, the District Court does have discretion to order the sentence sealed, upon the filing of an ex parte application.

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  4. My brother is serving an illegal federal life sentence. His case is presidence setting, 9th circuit. How can I get him help?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Joshua Sachs
    2. Jeremy Brian Gordon
    3. John Robert Kormanik
    4. Gregory Nicolaysen
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    This question cannot be properly answered in a posting to a message board because it requires consideration of numerous factors, both legal and factual. I would be happy to discuss this with you. I can be reached on my cell phone at 818 - 970 - 7247, or by email at: gregnicolaysen@aol.com.

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