Amy Berman Jackson

Stone's in trouble again for social media posts, this time for attacking Robert Mueller's investigation.
It's the second sentencing for Trump's former campaign chairman in as many weeks.
Roger Stone, who faces a gag order, "may no longer share his views on these particular subjects with the world," the judge wrote.
Attorneys are ordered to explain why they didn't reveal the "imminent release" of a book by indicted political operative.
The former Trump confidant is accused of lying, obstruction and witness tampering in the Robert Mueller investigation.
The Trump associate posted a picture of federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson next to what looked like an image of crosshairs.
A federal judge said the special counsel's office is "no longer bound by its obligations" after the former Trump campaign chairman lied.
The former Trump campaign aide was hoping to get off house arrest to attend holiday events.