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    The federal government go by federal sentencing guidelines. Usually if the defendant admits their guilty and show responsibility for their actions, the judge could run the sentences concurrently.

    However if you take your case to court and lose, the judge can sentence you consecutively and in extreme cases do an upward departure from sentencing guidelines.

    Theoretically, Avenatti could be facing 300 years. He would never get 300 years though or even 100 years. Federal sentencing guidelines might recommend 7 1/2 to 8 years. He may also be convicted in the tax case and fraud/extortion from his client Stormy Daniels. The federal judge could run his time concurrently or consecutively. It's a difference of ten years or more.

    Obviously, Michael Avenatti deserves the maximum possible sentence.


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    Again, two sets of justice. He had pneumonia last year?! What a fucking joke. He'd be digging ditches down here.


    Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney whose clients include adult film star Stormy Daniels, has been released from a New York jail as he begins a temporary reprieve from detention because of coronavirus pandemic fears.

    Avenatti was released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan around 11 a.m. ET, according to Dean Steward, one of his attorneys.

    Avenatti is required to surrender to authorities and return to the jail at the end of 90 days, Judge James Selna ruled earlier this month when he granted the attorney's request for release.

    "We're really gratified that the judge took the action that he did. He recognized the seriousness of the situation. Unfortunately, there are a lot courts across the country that have not. We're fortunate," Steward told CNN.

    Avenatti has been held in quarantine for the past two weeks at the jail to ensure he doesn't have signs of the virus.

    According to the judge's order, an attorney will escort Avenatti on a flight to California where he will serve the 90 days of home confinement at his friend's house in Venice, California.

    A frequent user of Twitter, Avenatti will not be allowed to use the internet and he will be required to wear a monitoring bracelet.

    The temporary release came after Avenatti's lawyers said he was at risk for contracting coronavirus because he had pneumonia last year. Currently one inmate and 31 staff members have tested positive for the virus at MCC, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

    Avenatti has been held at MCC since January when Selna revoked his bail finding that Avenatti engaged in suspicious financial transactions.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellafriend View Post
    Again, two sets of justice. He had pneumonia last year?! What a fucking joke. He'd be digging ditches down here.


    Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney whose clients include adult film star Stormy Daniels, has been released from a New York jail as he begins a temporary reprieve from detention because of coronavirus pandemic fears.

    Avenatti was released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan around 11 a.m. ET, according to Dean Steward, one of his attorneys.

    Avenatti is required to surrender to authorities and return to the jail at the end of 90 days, Judge James Selna ruled earlier this month when he granted the attorney's request for release.

    "We're really gratified that the judge took the action that he did. He recognized the seriousness of the situation. Unfortunately, there are a lot courts across the country that have not. We're fortunate," Steward told CNN.

    Avenatti has been held in quarantine for the past two weeks at the jail to ensure he doesn't have signs of the virus.

    According to the judge's order, an attorney will escort Avenatti on a flight to California where he will serve the 90 days of home confinement at his friend's house in Venice, California.

    A frequent user of Twitter, Avenatti will not be allowed to use the internet and he will be required to wear a monitoring bracelet.

    The temporary release came after Avenatti's lawyers said he was at risk for contracting coronavirus because he had pneumonia last year. Currently one inmate and 31 staff members have tested positive for the virus at MCC, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

    Avenatti has been held at MCC since January when Selna revoked his bail finding that Avenatti engaged in suspicious financial transactions.



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    doesn't he have to escape now...or will he only have to do 5 yrs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellafriend View Post
    Again, two sets of justice. He had pneumonia last year?! What a fucking joke. He'd be digging ditches down here.


    Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney whose clients include adult film star Stormy Daniels, has been released from a New York jail as he begins a temporary reprieve from detention because of coronavirus pandemic fears.

    Avenatti was released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan around 11 a.m. ET, according to Dean Steward, one of his attorneys.

    Avenatti is required to surrender to authorities and return to the jail at the end of 90 days, Judge James Selna ruled earlier this month when he granted the attorney's request for release.

    "We're really gratified that the judge took the action that he did. He recognized the seriousness of the situation. Unfortunately, there are a lot courts across the country that have not. We're fortunate," Steward told CNN.

    Avenatti has been held in quarantine for the past two weeks at the jail to ensure he doesn't have signs of the virus.

    According to the judge's order, an attorney will escort Avenatti on a flight to California where he will serve the 90 days of home confinement at his friend's house in Venice, California.

    A frequent user of Twitter, Avenatti will not be allowed to use the internet and he will be required to wear a monitoring bracelet.

    The temporary release came after Avenatti's lawyers said he was at risk for contracting coronavirus because he had pneumonia last year. Currently one inmate and 31 staff members have tested positive for the virus at MCC, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

    Avenatti has been held at MCC since January when Selna revoked his bail finding that Avenatti engaged in suspicious financial transactions.



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    doesn't he have to escape now...or will he only have to do 5 yrs

    Despite what i said, he will likely spend the next 15-20 years in a federal prison based upon his position, amount of $ stolen, and number of victims (god i hope it is not a country club). He's in jail for hiding $ while pending trial. Odds he jumps is probably 35%. His problem is he is too recognizable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mulva View Post

    doesn't he have to escape now...or will he only have to do 5 yrs

    Despite what i said, he will likely spend the next 15-20 years in a federal prison based upon his position, amount of $ stolen, and number of victims (god i hope it is not a country club). He's in jail for hiding $ while pending trial. Odds he jumps is probably 35%. His problem is he is too recognizable.
    And it doesn't help that there is no international transit and every country has closed borders right now. Where the fuck would he go? Is he going to hire a coyote to smuggle him into Mexico?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellafriend View Post


    Despite what i said, he will likely spend the next 15-20 years in a federal prison based upon his position, amount of $ stolen, and number of victims (god i hope it is not a country club). He's in jail for hiding $ while pending trial. Odds he jumps is probably 35%. His problem is he is too recognizable.
    And it doesn't help that there is no international transit and every country has closed borders right now. Where the fuck would he go? Is he going to hire a coyote to smuggle him into Mexico?


    i hear ya. but i don't see him faring to well in federal prison.

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    This is a guy CNN and MSNBC had on all the time last year. Hilarious.

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    He got convicted of extortion even though Nike was paying college athletes families large amounts of money in violation of the law.

    He will lose his law license for many years and the judge will make an example of him at sentencing.

    Soon he will be starting in an all-anal porno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgull View Post
    This is a guy CNN and MSNBC had on all the time last year. Hilarious.
    Of course they did, he talked mad shit about Trump.

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