U.S. v. Stricker: Government Loses Big Time After Federal Judge Grants Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss Based on Statute of Limitations

On September 30, 2010, the Stricker opinion was released by the Alabama District Court. The opinion validated all of the rumors as to the case being dismissed due to statute of limitations issues. As suspected, the case was dismissed on the fact that regardless of whether a three- or six-year statute...

U.S. v. Stricker: Government Loses Big Time After Federal Judge Grants Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss Based on Statute of Limitations

On September 30, 2010, the Stricker opinion was released by the Alabama District Court. The opinion validated all of the rumors as to the case being dismissed due to statute of limitations issues. As suspected, the case was dismissed on the fact that regardless of whether a three- or six-year statute...

U.S. v. Stricker: Government Loses Big Time After Federal Judge Grants Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss Based on Statute of Limitations

On September 30, 2010, the Stricker opinion was released by the Alabama District Court. The opinion validated all of the rumors as to the case being dismissed due to statute of limitations issues. As suspected, the case was dismissed on the fact that regardless of whether a three- or six-year statute...

U.S. v. Stricker: Government Loses Big Time After Federal Judge Grants Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss Based on Statute of Limitations

On September 30, 2010, the Stricker opinion was released by the Alabama District Court. The opinion validated all of the rumors as to the case being dismissed due to statute of limitations issues. As suspected, the case was dismissed on the fact that regardless of whether a three- or six-year statute...