United States v. Chandra Ross, S.D. WV Case No. 2:13-cr-00214-1 — Sentencing Assistance

United States v. Chandra Ross, S.D. WV Case No. 2:13-cr-00214-1 — Sentencing Assistance

I am writing to thank you and the research staff at National Legal Professional Associates for your
assistance in the above referenced case.

As you know, I have worked with your team of research attorneys over the past year preparing for
Ms. Ross’s sentencing hearing. And, given the changing positions taken by the government, I have
worked with your team to prepare no less than three separate sentencing memoranda.
Going into the sentencing hearing Ms. Ross was facing a range of 131 to 157 months imprisonment.
We filed arguments calling for a sentence far below that guideline range based on several mitigating
factors under 18 U.S.C. § 3553(a)(2). The court clearly took into account all of the information and
mitigating arguments presented in the three sentencing memoranda and decided to depart
significantly and sentence Ms. Ross to a term of 84 months imprisonment, a reduction of five years
from the guideline range. What is particularly impressive about the five year reduction is the fact
that it was imposed over the government’s objection because Ms. Ross would not cooperate with the
government.

The research and drafting assistance of your staff was extremely beneficial and helped us achieve
this terrific result for Ms. Ross and her family. Thank you again, and I look forward to working with
you and your staff,in the future.

Sincerely,

Matthew M. Robinson
Attorney at Law

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