Ten years after a jury trial convicted him of 31 charges, resulting in a 20-year federal prison sentence, peanut broker Michael Parnell, 65, has filed his opening brief in his appeal of that conviction andContinue Reading Michael Parnell’s Habeus motion is now before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
The year 2023 ends with brothers Stewart and Michael Parnell in very different places in their Habeas Corpus appeals at the Circuit Court in Atlanta. Stewart Parnell, who was permitted to appeal, has exchanged arguments…Continue Reading Parnell brothers remain incarcerated but start 2024 in very different places
He’s a senior citizen held for a white-collar crime, but the government has no interest in releasing him early to free up some cell space. On the contrary, an assistant U.S. Attorney filed a vigorous…Continue Reading Parnell’s appeal for early release should be denied, assistant U.S. Attorney argues
It’s been a long haul, but Tuesday’s one-time peanut executive petitioned to vacate his conviction and sentence before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta.
Parnell was the top executive at…Continue Reading Stewart Parnell takes habeas corpus petition to 11th Circuit Court in Atlanta
A decade after his indictment and a year after United States Magistrate Judge Thomas Q. Langstaff denied his petition for early release, one-time peanut butter mogul Stewart Parnell still has one more card to play.…Continue Reading Stewart Parnell looks for better Habeas in Atlanta than he just had in Mid-Georgia
Stewart Parnell, the 68-year former peanut industry executive who 13 years ago was caught shipping peanut butter and pastes that he knew were contaminated, won’t be getting out of prison until 2038 when he’ll be…Continue Reading Former peanut powerhouse Stewart Parnell isn’t getting out of jail
Stewart Parnell, 66, and Michael Parnell, 62, are set to appear in court during the week of May 24 with their Habeas Corpus Petitions in hand. The nation’s most notorious food safety violators want their…
Continue Reading Parnell brothers get to return to Albany for back-to-back hearings on their Habeas Corpus petitions
If you’ve been convicted by a jury, had your conviction and sentence upheld by an appellate court, and the Supreme Court declined to review your case, there’s still a 2255 petition.