March 22, 2016A client caught at Miami International Airport with over a kilo of heroin, as he attempted to enter the United States from Venezuela, received a minimal sentence, despite facing a twenty-five (25) year minimum mandatory prison sentence. The client was accused of carrying over a kilo of heroin inside his luggage, as he attempted to go through customs at the airport. He was arrested and taken into federal custody, where he eventually confessed. DMT worked diligently to show that the defendant's actions did not warrant the statutory twenty-five year prison sentence. The criminal attorney was able to convince the federal judge presiding over the case to hand down the most lenient sentence allowed. The defendant was sentenced to just four years in a federal work camp in Miami, thus saving him over 21 years in prison on a heroine trafficking charge.