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Michael Avenatti: prosecutors seek long prison sentence for corrupt lawyer

Prosecutors have urged a judge to impose a “very substantial” prison sentence on Michael Avenatti for trying to extort millions of dollars from the sports giant Nike. Prosecutors noted in a Manhattan federal court submission on Wednesday that probation office officials recommend an eight-year prison term for the California attorney who gained fame three years ago through his representation of the adult-film producer and actor Stormy Daniels against the then president, Donald Trump.
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Prosecutors seeking 'very substantial' prison sentence on Michael Avenatti

Manhattan federal prosecutors are seeking to impose a "very substantial" prison sentence on lawyer Michael Avenatti for his attempted extortion scheme on Nike. U.S. Probation Office officials recommend an eight-year sentence for Avenatti, who was floated as a 2020 presidential candidate and frequented cable news networks, prosecutors said in a Manhattan federal court submission.
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Michael Avenatti Deserves ‘Serious Punishment’ In Nike Extortion Case, Prosecutors Say

Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti should receive a “very substantial” prison sentence and “serious punishment,” prosecutors said in court. Michael Avenatti should receive a severe punishment due to the harm he caused Nike, which he attempted to extort, and his former client youth, basketball coach Gary Franklin Sr., prosecutors argued on Wednesday, The Associated Press reported. Prosecutors also asked the judge to order Avenatti to pay Nike’s legal fees worth $1 million.
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SNDY Court Cases: Guo Wengwui, Ghislaine Maxwell, & Michael Avenatti w/ Matthew Russell Lee – Source – Parallax Views (05/05/2021)

On this edition of Parallax Views, there’s always a number of interesting cases happening at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. For example, right now cases involving billionaire Chinese exile and Steve Bannon associate Guo Wengui, attorney Michael Avenatti (who represented adult film star Stormy Daniels against President Donald Trump), and, of course, Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell. Joining us for what was a rather impromptu conversation is Matthew Russell Lee of Inner City Press. Matthew has covered the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Wall Street, and the Federal Reserve, but has recently been focusing his attention on SDNY court cases. In this brief but informative interview Matthew gives us details on the SDNY cases pertaining to Guo Wengui, Michael Avenatti, and Ghislaine Maxwell.
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