Who judge Amy Berman Jackson is?

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The former trump Advisor Roger stone is expected to be sentenced on Thursday by U.S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson, who was involved in several high-profile cases, as he to the Federal bench in 2011 by former President Barack Obama.

In the last few years, the 65-year-old Baltimore native and Harvard Law School graduate, has presided over cases in which stone, the former trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort, a former democratic U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr, — and with Hillary Clinton the Benghazi-related E-Mails.

Jackson said Tuesday during a pre-sentence hearing that you delay moving forward with the condemnation of stone this week — a rejection of the applications by the defence to, or request a new trial.


It was described by some as a hard, fair and always ready.

Here you will find more details about the cases on which the judge Jackson in the chair.

Roger Stone Case

Jackson is presiding over the Roger stone case in which a jury found him guilty in all seven cases, the obstruction, witness tampering and false statements to Congress in connection with the former Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia is investigation.

Stone was tasked with making false statements to the house Intelligence Committee about the communications with WikiLeaks, hindering a congressional investigation of the Russian interference during the 2016 US presidential election, and witness tampering.

During the process, Jackson stone, barred from speaking publicly about the ongoing persecution, after a picture of her appeared on his Instagram with what appeared to be a crosshair on the background.

Stone made the decision-he checked-on an unnamed volunteer, and apologized, to which Jackson replied in February, “I have serious doubts as to whether you learned anything at all.”

Roger stone, a longtime Republican, provocateur, and former confidant of President Donald Trump, waiting in the queue in front of the federal court in Washington, Nov. 12, 2019. (Associated Press)

“From this moment on, the defendant may not speak publicly about this case — period,” said Jackson. “No statements about the case on television, radio, print Reporter, or [in the] internet. No posts on social media. [You] can’t comment on the case through surrogates. You can send E-mail about the donation to the Roger stone defense fund.”

“That’s not baseball. There will be no third chance. If you do not comply I will be forced to change your environment, so you have no trial,” she added.

“That’s not baseball. There will be no third chance. If you do not comply I will be forced to change your environment, so you have no try.”

— Judge Jackson to Roger stone

Before on Thursday scheduled hearing, Jackson 11 tweet has been attacked by President Trump in February. He also criticized prosecutors’ recommendation that the stone should be in after seven to nine years in prison.

“This is the judge that Paul Manafort in solitary confinement, had to be something that not even Gangster Al Capone to endure? How did the treatment of Crooked Hillary Clinton? Just ask!” Trump wrote.

According to his tweets, the Ministry of justice in a surprising decision, the Revision of the federal sentencing guidelines, the term length was announced. Several prosecutors quit, and Trump has been accused, in the process, which he denied.

Fox News contributor, Andrew McCarthy, said to be able to enforce Jackson, what sentence you feel that it is appropriate, regardless of how Trump or attorney General Bill Barr feel about the case. But McCarthy wrote recently that “the stone of the law enforcement is more politics than law enforcement. It is the Müller probe was to do the last sigh as it could be something that the Russia-collusion narrative.”

Paul Manafort Case

Jackson sentenced former trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort to almost seven years in prison last March in connection with his plea in connection with foreign lobbying and witness tampering. You are ordered to be added to a term to maturity of 73 months, a 47-month sentence on top of bank and tax fraud charges in a separate case out of Virginia, judge T. S. Ellis.

In December, Manafort, the state mortgage charges of fraud were dismissed under double jeopardy laws.

“This defendant is not the public enemy number one, but he is not a victim, either,” Jackson said last March during Manafort of conviction and to dismiss prior to his fees. “The question of whether it is colluding with Russia … not in this case, the time, therefore, it was not solved by this case.”

In the year 2018, Manafort cooperation, he agreed with the prosecution, pleading guilty to two crimes, conspiracy charges related to his lobbying work with the Ukraine.

Last February, Jackson ruled Manafort intentionally be guilty of the plea agreement breached by the investigators in Miller’s team.


“The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) from its finding that the defendant made false statements, and thus against the agreement in good faith,” Jackson wrote. “So, the Office of Special Counsel is no longer bound by its obligations under the agreement, including its promise to support a reduction of the offense level in the calculation of the U.S. sentencing guidelines for acceptance of responsibility.”

Paul Manafort in court in New York, June 27, 2019, after a judge threw his New York mortgage fraud case on double jeopardy grounds. (Associated Press)

Jackson grilled Müller to the team during the trial, whether Manafort lied to investigators, before you make your final decision.

“So, I’m trying to figure out what the meaning is, his work in progress for a potential candidate in the Ukraine, and the importance of all the lies about the, or is about Konstantin Kilimnik is [who has relations to the Russian intelligence service] about that,” Jackson said.

She appreciated Manafort visit to the court last February to deny his attempt, described to skip the hearing due to what he, were for health reasons.

“I think it was very helpful, very useful and very important for you here, Mr. Manafort,” Jackson said. “I know we’ve had hearings, where the Council sought to minimize the burden for you and not have you here, but this is not about you, it’s about you. And I think it is very important that you you to be able to ask questions.”

Jesse Jackson Jr, the case

The judge sentenced former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr 2-1/2 years in prison back in 2013, after he was sentenced, the issue of $750,000 heads in campaign funds on personal items-like a gold watch, and cigars, and mounted moose.

Jessie Jackson Jr. the son of civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson.

Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., comes to the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse in Washington, Feb. 20, 2013. (Associated Press)

During the case, she said, if you give him no prison time, which it had proposed, it was a system for the well-connected and one for everyone else.


“I can’t do it. I’m not going to do it,” she said, adding that as a public official, Jackson Jr who was expected to “live up to a higher standard of ethics and integrity.”

Clinton’s Benghazi E-Mail-The Event

Jackson threw a wrongful death lawsuit against Hillary Clinton in 2017 by the parents of two Americans among the casualties in a terrorist attack on a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The lawsuit alleges that Clinton’s use of private E-Mail server causing their death.


The decision was made on the basis of the Westfall Act, the Federal employees ‘ immunity from tort claims arising from actions during the exercise of their official duties.

“Their measures – communication with other State Department staff and consultants on the office of the Department fall directly within the framework of their obligation to lead the Department and the implementation of the foreign policy of the nation as Secretary of state,” Jackson wrote.


Jackson ruled that the parents ‘ sufficiency challenge, the Clinton administration was not acting in their official capacity, if you used the E-Mail server.

“The early death of the applicants’ sons is tragic, and the court does not mean that the minimization of the unspeakable loss which the plaintiffs have suffered, wrote in any way,” Jackson in a 29-page opinion.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman, Gregg Re, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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