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Danforth With Guideline of 57 Months Has Maxwell Juror's Temporary CJA Gets 34 Months

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 6 – Jonell Donforth was up for sentencing, for actions in connection with a Bronx drugs and crime gang, with a guideline of 57 to 71 months.    

    On January 6, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Analisa Torres held the sentencing. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Defense lawyer Todd Spodek, who only the day before had been appointed to represent a juror in the US v. Ghislaine Maxwell case, only to have the juror hire his own, private lawyer, argued for Danforth. 

 Judge Torres said she found mitigating circumstances, and imposed a sentence of 34 months.

The case is US v. Danforth, 20-cr-78 (Torres)


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