Why Is a New York Attorney Serving Two Months on an Immigration Case?, New York Magazine

New York attorney Richard Jewell is serving a two-month sentence for failing to register as a foreign agent, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.

Jewell, who represented Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in the 2016 election, pleaded guilty in August to a misdemeanor charge of failure to register.

The felony conviction carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison.

According to court documents, Jewell’s failure to properly register as an agent of foreign governments led to him being required to pay a $500 fine and lose his license.

In the plea agreement, the court said that after a five-day hearing, Judge Mark G. Gershenfeld issued a one-year suspended sentence and ordered Jewell to serve his full sentence, as well as $10,000 in restitution.

Jewel, 56, was convicted of a single count of failure in November 2016 of registration as a Foreign Agent.

The complaint alleges that in May 2016, after he served his mandatory five-days-in-prison sentence, Jewel failed to register with the U,S.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

He was arrested in June 2016 and charged with two counts of failure of registration and a third count of obstruction of justice.

In September 2016, a jury convicted Jewell on two counts, but the judge found the convictions were not legally sound and ordered him to serve a minimum of 10 days in prison before he could be sentenced.

Jewett was arrested again in May 2017 after a federal judge said that a federal warrant issued by the Justice Department did not include the requisite proof to charge Jewell with obstruction of Congress.

The Justice Department said in a statement to the court that it had appealed the convictions, saying that the court erred in finding the indictment to be valid and the charges to be supported.

“Mr. Jewell did not violate any statute and he has no intention of violating any law,” a Justice Department statement said.

“We are hopeful that the courts will uphold this decision and that Mr. Jewels commitment to justice will not jeopardize his ability to represent the people of New York.”

According to a statement, the Trump campaign “took the unprecedented step of asking the U the U has the right to arrest a federal employee and take him into custody without any due process or due process of law.”

The U has no authority to take a federal government employee into custody and put him in custody without a lawful reason,” the statement continued.