A plea deal has been entered in the case of US v. Salinas. Mr. Salinas’ legal team successfully negotiated an agreement that reduced a 44 felony count indictment down to a single misdemeanor count.
Tor Ekeland led Salinas’ legal team and did the heavy lifting on getting this deal done. I am honored that Tor invited me to be a part of the team as well; it was great to have the opportunity to work alongside such outstanding lawyers as Tor, Alma Garza, Meredith Heller, and the rest of the Team. Thanks Tor!
Read more about the details of the case on Tor’s website:
This morning, Fidel Salinas entered a guilty plea to one misdemeanor violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act CFAA. When Tor Ekeland P.C. entered Mr. Salinas case on a pro bono basis he was facing a 44 felony count Indictment for various computer crimes. Tor Ekeland, working alongside Firm partner Meredith Heller and local counsel Alma Garza and Shawn Tuma sucessfully negotiated a resolution of Mr. Salinas’ Indictment down to a single misdemeanor count. Sentencing is scheduled for February 2, 2015 in the Southern District of Texas.
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