Rule 35 Federal Cooperation

Did You Cooperate With the Federal Government?  Are You Eligible for a Corrected or Reduced Sentence under Rule 35?

Cooperating with the Government is one of the best ways to receive a reduced sentence. Cooperation can be given either before or after sentencing. But you should never do it on your own. The Law Firm of Jeremy Gordon has had great success in helping our clients receive and benefit from Rule 35 relief. If you want to cooperate with the federal government, please contact our office before you do so.

We encourage you to contact us today for a complimentary phone call with our compassionate, experienced and professional team. We will work with you to discover what options are available for you and your loved one. We will also give you a solid quote on what our work will cost and walk you through the payment options available. We have a tremendous amount of experience and success with Rule 35 Motions.

There is only one surefire way to guarantee the best outcome for your loved one with a Rule 35 Case…
…and that is to act quickly. The faster you take action and get someone in your corner fighting for your case, the better. Because Rule 35 relief is a discretionary post-conviction relief remedy in the federal court system, it can be difficult to get. This is why it is critical to work with a post-conviction relief attorney that has experience with Rule 35 motions and getting the best results for the substantial assistance provided. The federal appeals lawyers and federal post-conviction relief attorneys at Gordon Defense can evaluate your case and see how to best leverage your assistance to maximize results when working with the federal government.