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Florida Federal Rule 35 Motions Attorneys

If you have been convicted of a federal crime, you may get your sentence reduced by utilizing a Rule 35 Motion as it relates to Rule 35(b). The experienced team of federal Rule 35 Motion attorneys at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A., in Florida, can work to reduce your time in prison in various ways, including through Motion 35. Motion 35 is a viable manner for many who have been convicted of and sentenced for federal crimes to reduce their sentences.

Federal Rule 35 Motion

Under Rule 35(b) a Motion 35 may be filed and this may result in a reduced prison sentence for someone who has been convicted of a federal crime. Only the prosecution may file a Rule 35 motion, but your criminal defense lawyer has a great responsibility in helping to facilitate a Motion 35 on your behalf. It is important to have a lawyer who is experienced in these matters, such as those on the team at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A.

The Purpose of the Rule

Rule 35(b) allows prosecutors to request that someone who has been convicted of a federal crime or crimes have their sentence reduced if the person cooperates with the government in assisting them in facilitating the investigation and/or the prosecution of another person. The convicted person must offer substantial help to the prosecution. This may include providing evidence in court or giving prosecutors information you may have regarding a specific crime.

Your Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

The team at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A., is responsible for contacting the prosecution regarding your Rule 35 Motion. Along with acting as an intermediary, our team of Rule 35 Motion Attorneys will ensure that all aspects of the agreement regarding your Rule 35 Motion are clearly understood and outlined, and will help facilitate the entire process, ensuring everything runs smoothly and is handled competently. It is essential to have guidance and professional monitoring in such a situation.


Of course, there are other ways to get your sentence reduced or your conviction overturned. The team at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A., in Miami, Florida, will investigate every avenue, including any and all appeals that may pertain to your case. Your conviction may be overturned if your rights were violated by law enforcement, if you did not receive a fair and impartial trial, or if evidence was in any manner compromised or forged.

Preserving Your Rights

The federal criminal defense team at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A., in Miami, Florida, is dedicated to preserving your rights. We will work towards mitigating any sentences imposed by the court and counsel you regarding opportunities that may possibly reduce or negate your sentence.

Rule 35 Motion can be exceptionally beneficial to those who have been convicted of and sentenced for federal crimes. In offering to aid the federal government in investigative and prosecutorial efforts, you may be able to win your freedom much sooner. Thus, for many, it is well worth considering.

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Contact Us ASAP

If you are thinking about utilizing Rule 35 Motion, contact the team at Paul J. Donnelly, P.A., in Miami, Florida, as soon as possible. We are ready to provide timely services to expedite your decision to engage prosecutors and law enforcement in order to lessen your sentence. We are experienced and knowledgeable in Rule 35(b) motions and can ably facilitate such a request very quickly.



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