Appeals Follow Sentencing of Defendants in Holy Land Foundation Case

, Texas Lawyer

After their sentencing on May 27, it took less than 24 hours for three of the five defendants in United States v. Holy Land Foundation, et al. to file notices of appeal with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Nancy Hollander, who represents defendant Shukri Abu Baker, the former HLF executive chairman, says all the defendants will file appeals On May 27, the five HLF defendants received a combined total of 180 years in prison.

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