“BUJU BANTON COULD WALK FREE THIS YEAR” SAYS HIS HARVARD UNIVERSITY ATTORNEY, CHARLES OGLETREE
Posted Sept. 12, 2014 Could Buju Banton hit the streets before the end of his ten year prison sentence?
Well, the Gargamel’s attorney, Charles Ogletree tells W.T.S that the dancehall deejay could be out this year. Attorney Ogletree who expresses his happiness with the latest developments surrounding the case, says if the conviction is reversed, Buju could be out this year.
The US Appeals Court has granted the deejay’s request to present oral arguments regarding his efforts to obtain a new trial. However, no date has yet been set for the lawyers to appear before the Appeal Court.
Buju Banton is serving a 10-year sentence on drug-related charges after he was arrested at his South Florida home in December 2009 and charged with conspiracy to distribute five or more kilos of cocaine.
After two trials he was sentenced in a Tampa, Florida court.
Buju Banton has maintained his innocence and says he was entrapped by the United States government.