FAMM is Closed for the Holidays

Post Date: December 20, 2013

We will be back on January 2, 2014, ready to push for sentencing reform in the New Year! In the meantime, take a look at our highlights from 2013.

Happy Holidays from FAMM!

14 Responses to “FAMM is Closed for the Holidays”

  1. Lorene Mitchell

    Im happy with the work u all are doing. Like many other parents.I feel my son is well overdue for release. He was indicted for less than five gram of cocaine. He chose to go to court.he was given 30 yrs.Its a long road. His boys was i & 2 yrs. when he left. If there is a chance that someone can look at his case, it would b appreciated. Derrick Sherond Mitchell 04184-025.Case #3:97-cr 30089-06. If there is anyone with idol time, check his case please. This is more of a plea than a comment.

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  2. laura

    Thanks for keeping me update on the law’s. I found this site playing on Web thank for info. Enjoy ur holiday’s

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  3. Sholanda Nicholson

    Happy Holidays and Thanks for the constant updates on the Federal Laws/Acts. My fiance is serving a 15 year sentence on a crack cocain case, he has now served 8 years. His name is Lee Casteel, he is now in DMC in
    Ayer, MA. If someone can please look into his case. Thank you!

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  4. Lakesha Dubose

    I am trying to find about the two levels that is trying to go into effect. Has it already been approve as of yet?

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  5. BARBARA GALLOW

    MY NAME IS BARBARA. MY SON WAS SENT TO FEDERAL PRISON, I THOUGHT HE WOULD DO HIS TIME AND COME. JAMES RIGGINS#39266-086 Was killed and the justice dept did nothing about his murder he was under 24 care with 2unitedstates marshalls. My daughters father Andre Lewis#36912-086 was sentence too 12yrs when his range was 3yrs. The judge said he was giving him more time simply because he could, WOW. I’m in constant fear for his life also, these federal guards are out of control and the justice dept condones there murdering, beating, and putting people in the hole simply because they can, WOW.

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  6. sandy

    I was given this website by my husband to be and i have learned so much from famm thank u so much for your dedication and time

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  7. rl

    THANKS 4 ALL YOU DO. MY FRIEND HAS BEEN IN PRISON SINCE 2001.THEY SENTENCED HIM 2 20 YRS 4 A CRACK COCAINE CHARGE OF 28GRAMS.HE’S DONE ALMOST 13YRS,HASN’T BEEN IN NO TROUBLE,I THINK IT’S TIME 4 HIM 2 B RELEASED. MY GOD HE DIDN’T KILL NOBODY. BUT HE’S NOT IN FEDERAL PRISON HE’S IN REGULAR PRISON.

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  8. Sernetra Chappell

    Happy Holidays and New Years Blessings!!!Thank you so much for the constant updates.Very informative as they’ve always been since I begin with FAMM few years ago.My fiancé is Robert Woods,servings a 26 year sentence on a trafficking cocaine case,committed in 2008.He just got transferred to Yazoo City Low,Ms..Thank you again for all your hardworking and I’m glad to be a part of it.

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  9. Gloria Galberth

    My name is Gloria Galberth. My son Daryl Smith #02491-087 went to trial and is now serving a 30 yr. crack cocaine sentence. An appeal for re-sentencing resulted in the 30 yrs. standing it was not reduced as the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals intended. He has served a total of 17yrs. Will someone please examine this case.

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  10. Arlene

    Gracias, por todo lo q hacen por los confinados, mi esposo esta en la prision federal en Texas, y estoy al tanto de todo los proyectos que seran discutidos en el congreso, muchas gracias por todo.. sorry but my english is very bad!!!

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  11. Dixie Diaz

    My name is Dixie..im very thankful for famm. Famm keeps us people updated with the lattest changes in laws..my husband would fit the criteria for the 2point level law..He’s been gone 13 years. Thankful for famm.

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  12. Diana Nelson

    I am thankful for FAMM in 1989 i got indicted on a crack cocaine case due to your hard work….i was released after 21 years of a 30. Year sentence….but i am free March 10 2010. Praise God.

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