HWW Obtains Bail Release from Federal Prison for Client Due to Threat Posed by COVID-19

Posted by Thomas F. Hallett | Mar 31, 2020 | 0 Comments

Incarcerated populations are highly vulnerable to the Coronavirus Pandemic.  A federal judge agreed with Tom Hallett's argument this week and our client was released on bail so that they can shelter in place at their Maine home rather than in federal prison as they await their appeal.  If you know someone who is incarcerated and who is vulnerable to COVID-19, or who is eligible for bail, contact us for a consultation to determine whether emergency relief may be obtained.     

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Thomas F. Hallett

Tom Hallett, the senior member of Hallett Whipple Weyrens, has been lead trial counsel in more than 150 trials over the course of his 25 years in practice. He has developed a reputation as one of the fie...


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