Ronnie Naulls Sentencing

Email from Mr. Naulls requesting court support:
Here are the details:

The government moved to dismiss all drug charges if I plead to /filing a
false tax return/, a felony under IRS guidelines. We both know that I
did not file a false return and used a CPA. However, since a mmj
dispensary is “illegal” under federal law all exemptions and write offs
that my CPA made were technically illegal under IRS guidelines.

In a nutshell my attorney said that they wanted to get a pound of flesh
and this is their hook line and sinker. Had I not filed at all with the
IRS, then I would be facing tax evasion charges. A perfect catch 22.
But I digress, they are dropping all mmj charges.

The support is needed because they still want to sentence me to */more
/*home confinement, even though I’ve already served 3 years in pre-trial
home confinement. They also want me to pay restitution and fines
amounting to over 15K, which I’m also trying to get relieved of because
of the assets and forfeiture taken during the raid should. This should
arguably /offset/ any sort of restitution or fines the government is
trying to impose upon me.

This will most likely be the last Federal mmj case ever prosecuted in
Riverside County. Filling the court seats to capacity sends a strong
message to the judge that I provided a /service /to the community and
also have the /support/ of the community. Community service and support
are a strong basis for downward departure.

U.S. District & Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California
Courtroom Judge Virginia Phillips
3470 Twelfth St
Riverside, CA 92501

August 2nd 9am.

I would be sincerely humbled and blessed to have not only your support
but attendance as well.

Thank you,
-Ronnie Naulls

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.