United States v. Gonzalez: The client faced a mandatory minimum of 5 years in prison. Dimitri won an objection with a rare and novel argument. The client received 3 years in prison.
United States v. Garcia: Defendant faced a recommended sentence above the statutory maximum of 20 years. Dimitri won a downward variance and the client sentenced to 10 years.
United States v. McMahan: Defendant was charged with federal drug conspiracy. Dimitri was able to win an objection during his sentencing and reduced his sentence by 2 years.
United States v. Craven: Defendant was charged for mail theft and faced a recommended of 3 years. The defendant was able to obtain a below guideline sentence of time-served (14 months).