A small group of attorneys across the New York bar—including a former president of the Brooklyn Bar Association—has come forward to publicly urge a judge to show leniency for Michael Cohen.
Cohen, former attorney to President Donald Trump, filed a memo late Nov. 30 urging a judge not to send him to prison despite his guilty pleas to several crimes, including campaign finance violations and lying to Congress. His lawyers at Petrillo Klein & Boxer detailed his cooperation with prosecutors and argued that his crimes arose out of his “fierce loyalty” to Client-1, known as Trump.
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