Judge Michael W. Mosman
September 2012: Median Prison Sentence

District Court - Oregon
Lead Charge: 08 USC 1326 - Reentry of deported alien
Program Area: Immigration

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To District
To U.S.
Latest Fiscal Year 0.0 - -
Previous Fiscal Year 15.0 - -
Past 5 Years 24.0 60.0% 100%
Percent not reported where cases too few to provide
meaningful comparison.

Table 1: Current and 5 Year
Median Prison Sentence Comparison

For all cases disposed of in the current fiscal year (2012) that were credited to Judge Michael W. Mosman in the District of Oregon, the median prison sentence was 0.0 months, when looking only at cases with a lead charge of "08 USC 1326 - Reentry of deported alien" falling under the broad category of "Immigration". During the current fiscal year, Judge Michael W. Mosman has sentenced 4 defendants compared with 7 defendants during the twelve months of the previous fiscal year.

Over the last five years, the median prison sentence imposed on defendants that were credited to Judge Mosman was 24.0 months. This was 60.0% higher than the 15.0 months typical in Oregon and 100.0% higher than the 12.0 months median prison sentence for the nation. Judge Michael W. Mosman sentenced 59 defendants during the past five years.

(CAUTION: The kinds of cases handled by individual judges influences statistical information about their sentences. It therefore is important to consider the breakdown of cases that each has handled, available below, when making judge-by-judge comparisons.)

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Figure 1: Five Year Comparison of Median Prison Sentence
in Months

Figure 1 compares Judge Mosman's numbers to those for judges in this district and in the United States as a whole for cases of this type over the last five years.

During the last five years there were 10 other judges in the District of Oregon with information on convictions during that period. Median prison sentence numbers passed down for those judges ranged from 10.0 months to 24.0 months, putting Judge Mosman's median prison sentence of 24.0 months at the highest end of the range. The median prison sentence for the whole District of Oregon during that time was 15.0 months.

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Figure 2: Detailed Comparison among Judges for the District of Oregon

Professional Biography

Born 1956 in Eugene, OR

Federal Judicial Service
Judge, U. S. District Court, District of Oregon

Nominated by George W. Bush on May 8, 2003, to a seat vacated by Robert E. Jones; Confirmed by the Senate on September 25, 2003, and received commission on September 26, 2003.

Ricks College, A.B., 1979
Utah State University, B.S., 1981
Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D., 1984

Professional Career:
Law clerk, Hon. Malcolm Wilkey, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1984-1985
Private practice, 1985
Law clerk, Justice Lewis F. Powell, Supreme Court of the United States, 1985-1986
Private practice, Portland, Oregon, 1986-1988
Assistant U.S. attorney, District of Oregon, 1988-2001
U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon, 2001-2003

Lead Investigative Agencies in Cases Handled

The lead investigative agency that referred cases disposed of by Judge Michael W. Mosman for the past five years was the Homeland Security - Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It accounted for 89.8% of all cases.

Other agencies with substantial numbers of cases that were disposed by Judge Michael W. Mosman over the past five years were: Homeland Security - Citizen and Immigration Services (8.5%).

Agency Judge District US  
Homeland Security - Immigration and Customs Enforcement 89.8% 95.1% 40.0% More
Homeland Security - Citizen and Immigration Services 8.5% 1.5% 2.7%  
Other - State/Local Authorities 1.7% 0.2% 0.0%  

Table 2: Composition of Cases for the Past Five Years (Top 10)

Number of Defendants in Judge Michael W. Mosman's Cases

Case Def. Sentence (Months) Sentencing Date Program Category  
1 1 0.01 05/14/12 Immigration Details
2 1 0.01 03/19/12 Immigration Details
3 1 0.01 01/12/12 Immigration Details
4 1 15.00 11/21/11 Immigration Details

Table 3: Individual Cases and Defendants Disposed of in Current Fiscal Year