Days of Federal Prosecution

Civil War Against CCL Began March 31, 2007. That was
ago and still counting

Etrade Closing Lynch IRA

ccl .420th centETrade closing Lynch's IRA because he was "arrested for selling marijuana"

Lynch Loses Appeal in 9th Circuit

9th Circuit Court BuildingLynch loses in 9th Circuit Court of Appeals but wins a McIntosh hearing September 13, 2018

Supreme Court Denies Justice in Lynch vs USA

Supreme CourtSupreme Court Denies hearing Lynch vs USA letting false conviction stand

Lynch Files Section 538 Motion

rickray 001 42x42Charles Lynch files Section 538 motion to end case based on new 2015 Spending Bill

Rorahbacher-Farr Letter to Inspector General

Letter to Inspector GeneralCongressmen Sam Farr and Dana Rorabacher write letter to Inspector General


Monday November 17, 2008

Monday November 17, 2008
Judge Continues Request for New Trial till January 2009

Tuesday November 4, 2008

Tuesday November 4, 2008
Probation Department Recommends 5 year Sentence and 4 years Probation

Monday July 21, 2008

Monday July 21, 2008

There was a unscheduled Pre Trial conference at 8am today. Lynch did not attend as he had to pickup his mother and sister from the airport and drive to LA today. Prosecutors broadened their pre trial rules which finally hit upon Lynch's defense. The Defense team decided to provide a detailed description of Lynch's proposed defense to the Judge under seal.

Jury Selection began in the Federal Prosecution of Charles C. Lynch.  Most jurors sat jaw dropped not understanding what was going on.  One potential juror noted that he had a dispensary right in his Los Angeles neighborhood with a big green neon marijuana leaf sign.  Another potential juror noted that he was a card carrying patient and didn’t even know it was against federal law.  Another health care professional said her friend’s son worked at a dispensary in Los Angeles.  Another nurse said that she had administered medical marijuana to patients and it helped them.  Many other jurors were confused about the laws saying that it is legal under California State Law.  All of these potential jurors were dismissed ‘for cause’. They were basically dismissed because they believed or at least understood  California State Laws regarding Medical Marijuana.

The judge was still trying to decide today whether to force the Defendant Charles C. Lynch to disclose his defense to the prosecution.  The prosecutor told the judge ‘It is not right to deny the Federal Government of a fair trial’ by not forcing Lynch to disclose his defense before opening statements.  Yet the government has successfully blocked the jury from knowing that Lynch was operating a city sanctioned business that is legal under state law.  Also the prosecutor has provided patient receipts as evidence that have any reference to ‘medical use only’ blacked out so the jurors cannot see it. Also the jurors will be directed when they deliberate they cannot consider state law in their decisions.

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Tuesday July 22, 2008

Tuesday July 22, 2008

Lynch appeared in court today to begin trial but the Trial was postponed until July 23 while the judge decided whether to allow Lynch's defense and if the Defense Attorneys would have to reveal the defense to the prosecutors. Both prosecutor and defense attorneys provided samples of case law to support thier claims.

Tuesday September 23, 2008

Tuesday September 23, 2008

Rick Ray arrived today to work on the filming for a documentary he is doing on my story.  He recorded me playing music with my Microband and then we went out to Karaoke night and he recorded me singing Folsom Prison by Johnny Cash.  Reuven, my attorney and his girl friend were also here keeping an eye on the recording to make sure things were within legal bounds.

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