Jamal Shakir, U.S. FEDERAL COURT DOCKET & FINAL INDICTMENT

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U.S. District Court 2009-12-08 Middle District of Tennessee (Nashville) CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 3:98−cr−00038−11
Case title: USA v. Payne, et al Assigned to: Senior Judge John T. Nixon Appeals court case number: 05−5846 Defendant (11) Jamal Shakir also known as "Donut" also known as "Nut" also known as "Big Screwloose" represented by John M. Bailey , IV 330 Franklin Road Suite 135A−427 Brentwood , TN 37027 (615) 319−1342 Email: hansgurkin@att.net LEAD ATTORNEY ATTORNEY TO BE NOTICED Designation: CJA Appointment Julie S. Hall 779 Cody Loop Oracle , AZ 85623 (520) 896−2890 Fax: (520) 896−2940 Email: julieshall@hotmail.com LEAD ATTORNEY ATTORNEY TO BE NOTICED Sean O'Brien University of Missouri−Kansas City School of Law 500 E. 52nd Street Kansas City , MO 64110 (816) 235−6152 Fax: (816) 235−5276 Email: obriensd@umkc.edu LEAD ATTORNEY PRO HAC VICE ATTORNEY TO BE NOTICED Designation: CJA Appointment Jack M. Earley 19900 MacArthur Boulevard Suite 850 Irvine , CA 92612 (949) 476−8900 TERMINATED: 08/26/2004 Designation: CJA Appointment Michael James Passino 323 Union Street Nashville , TN 37201 (615) 255−8764 Email: Michael_Passino@fd.org TERMINATED: 08/26/2004 Designation: CJA Appointment Page 1 of 237 Date Filed: 03/26/1998

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Watson and Dameron, LLP 2500 Holmes Street Kansas City , MO 64108 2009-12-08 (816) 474−3350 Email: pberrigan@kctriallawyers.com TERMINATED: 04/21/2009 Designation: CJA Appointment Pending Counts Fourth Superseding Indictment filed 9/30/99: 21:848 Continuing criminal enterprise; 18:2 Aiding and Abetting (1ss) Fifth Superseding Indictment filed 9/27/02: 21:848 and 18:2 Continuing criminal enterprise (1sss) Second Superseding Indictment filed 11/20/98: 21:846 Conspiracy to distribute cocaine, cocaine base ("crack cocaine"), and marijuana; 18:2 Aiding and Abetting (2) Third Superseding Indictment
				
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Description: Jamal Shakir Sentenced to 24 Life Sentences for Crimes Including Multiple Murders and Interstate Drug Trafficking Jamal Shakir, 34, of Los Angeles, was sentenced on December 7, 2009 to multiple life sentences after being convicted in May 2008, of multiple murders, being the “kingpin” of a violent interstate gang-based drug trafficking operation, money laundering, and obstruction of justice, after an eight-month trial in federal court. The United States had requested that the jury sentence Shakir to death, but the jury did not unanimously agree on a sentence as required to impose the death penalty. Senior United States District Judge John T. Nixon, who presided over the trial, sentenced Shakir today to 16 life sentences, to be followed by an additional nine consecutive life sentences for the murders and the other criminal conduct. Judge Nixon also imposed a forfeiture verdict of $3 million on each of three counts, totaling $9 million. DOCKET, PLUS, FIFTH (FINAL) SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT filed by Govt
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