Negotiations: 1980 - 1989
Even before helping defendants with prison sentences, Huffman worked with a range of other projects. Here are some notable highlights:
- In 1980, he successfully ran a small business charged with negotiating terms with local county authorities.
- While in the US Marine Corps in 1982, he handled federal medical honorable discharges.
- In 1984 and 1985, he worked with county and state prosecutors to reduce a substantial bad check charge to a misdemeanor, changing a 5-year sentence to six months.
- In 1987, he successfully worked an artifices charge, whittling a 10-year sentence down to a five-year.
- In 1989, he brokered the parole in difficult circumstances for an early release to a halfway house.
1990 - 1994
After garnering many successes during the 1980s, Huffman took on more complex cases during the following decade. Though not all are accounted for, below are instances of worthwhile examples:
- In 1990, he worked on a sensitive family court matter that resulted in a minimum amount of child support and visitation rights for a father who had a criminal record.
- With a wire fraud case in 1991, he negotiated terms down to 27 months for a situation involving US Marshalls and extradition. In the end, he arranged for the client to be transferred to a prison of his choice and brokered the earliest possible release date to a halfway house.
- In 1994, Huffman took on a business case involving massive debt issues that included federal and state criminal charges.
Other Notable Cases
In addition to successfully negotiating charges for burglary, drugs, and extortion, Richard Huffman has had favorable outcomes in financial cases too. Huffman convinced Federal authorities to plea a minor wire fraud charge to an individual, and at the same time persuaded six County and state jurisdictions to dismiss their charges in lieu of the federal charge to run concurrently. He also negotiated testimony for three murder cases. If you want to reduce your current sentence, trust Richard Huffman to do reputable work on your behalf.
He has testified before grand juries, preliminary hearings, and cooperated with multiple jurisdictions on dozens of occasions. He will go out and find confidential information and provide it to the prosecutor and back it up with testimony to earn our clients a sentence reduction.