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Motion to Dismiss Filed
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Motion to Dismiss Filed

Justice demands that the United States honor its agreement with Dr. Al-Arian March 26, 2009 – Alexandria, VA – Dr. Sami Al-Arian’s attorneys filed a motion to dismiss the criminal contempt charges against him in federal court on Monday. The motion contained three grounds for the dismissal of the charges. It […]

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Latest Court Motions & Exhibits (PDF Files)

Motion To Dismiss (3/23/2009) Motion To Dismiss Reply (4/13/2009) Exhibit A- Attorney Linda Moreno Declaration on Plea Deal Exhibit B- Attorney William B. Moffitt Declaration on Plea Deal Exhibit C- Attorney Jack Fernandez Declaration on Virginia Prosecutor Exhibit D- Dr. Al-Arian Declaration on Plea Deal Exhibit E- Attorney Linda Moreno […]

A Legal Odyssey
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A Legal Odyssey

A Legal Odyssey: Illustration of ethical breaches, disdain for due process and anti-Muslim bias By Wendy Malloy / Tampa March 19, 2009 Former University of South Florida professor Sami al-Arian Excerpts Unfortunately for U.S. prosecutors, none of (the evidence) actually made al-Arian a terrorist — PIJ’s North American leader, they […]

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A Prosecutor Is Called ‘Relentless’

The New York Sun July 28, 2008 by: Josh Gerstein Link:Click here Add to del.icio.us Add to Digg Add to Facebook Add to Newsvine A federal prosecutor who has led a series of investigations into Islamic militants and Muslim groups based in Virginia, Gordon Kromberg, may soon be facing a […]