Sentencing Memorandum Definition
A written legal document prepared by a defense lawyer and provided to a judge prior to the sentencing hearing in an effort to provide the judge with a complete picture of the defendant. The memorandum typically includes legal arguments for a lenient sentence, mitigating evidence, character letters, expert reports, or certain terms and conditions of probation.
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