Big wins are so rare for criminal defense lawyers in federal court that one good victory can generate a lot of buzz — sometimes even earning a nickname.

For attorney Jeffrey M. Lindy, the Feb. 13 decision in United States v. Coles from the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was just such a case and has come to be known among the defense bar as “the Candygram case.”

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