Wednesday, September 09, 2009

US v. Saint-Preux (not precedential): Upholding Sentence of Immigration Lawyer Who Committed Immigration Fraud

United States v. Jonathan Saint Preux
August 24, 2009
Not Precedential

A criminal law case that touches on an immigration lawyer in New Jersey. Jonathan Saint Preux pled guilty and was sentenced to 57 months of imprisonment for submitting false information documents in violation of 18 USC 1546(a). At one point, Mr. Saint Preux claimed that a co-defendant had forged his signature on over 400 applications, suggesting he did not sign those fraudulent applications.

The case deals with Mr. Saint Preux's failed argument that he deserved a three level reduction for acceptance of responsibility.


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