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This Post Continues A Series That Will Comprise The Entirety Of The Matthew Keys Sentencing Documents Filed By The Defense – Part 5 THERE IS NO BASIS FOR AN ENHANCEMENT FOR AN “AGGRAVATING ROLE,” BECAUSE THE ACTIVITY DID NOT INVOLVE FIVE OR MORE PARTICIPANTS AND KEYS DID NOT EXERCISE MANAGERIAL OR SUPERVISORY CONTROL The PSR recommends […]

October 21, 2015 In re Matthew Keys To Whom You May Concern: Along with Tor Ekeland and Mark Jaffe, I represent Mr. Keys in a criminal court case involving convictions for violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA” 18 USC section 1030).  Mr. Keys is a journalist and maintains that he was in […]

The below brief had to be re-worked to suit the attorneys that were actually submitting it.  I am listed as co-author of the brief.  Here is the one that I wanted filed:   APPLICATION TO FILE AN AMICUS CURIAE  BRIEF   What is presented here is a motion brought in the nature of an amicus […]

 

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