A federal magistrate has recommended overturning the controversial 2006 conviction of a California man accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Pakistan and plotting an attack in the United ...
saying he would have overturned the conviction. He criticized what he called a case of "anticipatory prosecution" spurred by the government's efforts to fight terrorism."The government asked a jury to ...
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He was initially paid $4,000. Wedick added he was surprised the prosecution didn’t try to have Mojaddidi replaced as Hamid Hayat’s attorney because of the risk that the conviction would be overturned ...
A federal magistrate judge has recommended that the terrorism convictions that have kept a Lodi man in federal prison since 2006 be overturned on the grounds ... Muslims in Lodi that began shortly ...
The case dates back to 2005, when Hayat, a Pakastani-American living in Lodi, was first charged with attending a terrorist camp in Pakistan and plotting against the U.S. His attorneys have filed a ...