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The U. Attorney's office , re presented at t he sentencing by Edward B. Diskant, said they were co nvi cted " for conspiring to defraud universities by funneling illicit payments to the families of high-school and college basketball players and concealing those payments — which were prohibited by university policies and NCAA rules — from the schools. Sweet, who said it indicted a lack of unanimity, but not necessarily division. But should he read the note into the record? Initially the prosecutors from the U. Attorney's office said yes, and provided Judge Sweet a citation. But when he re-emerged from his chambers agreeing to show both sides the note, he asked why he should read it into the record.source link
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Now the prosecutors said they would defer to the lawyers for the defendant, Christopher Howard, and not read it into the record. Which meant, and still for now means, that the press and public have no way to know what it says. Isn't there's an interest in the public, separate from the government's interest, in knowing of this process? Why does that logic not apply to this?
And how does the Press, entering each day from the metal detectors, go about asserting and pursuing that interest? Cohen, cr "the presumption of access is at its core tethered to the need for public monitoring of the federal courts and their exercise of judicial power. SEC v. Van Waeyenberghe, F. As the Second Circuit explained, Monitoring both provides judges with critical views of their work and deters arbitrary judicial behavior.
Without monitoring, moreover, the public could have no confidence in the conscientiousness, reasonableness, or honesty of judicial proceedings. Such monitoring is not possible without access to testimony and documents that are used in the performance of Article III functions. Amodeo II, 71 F. The same question has been raised in another SDNY case, this one civil and involving the employment practices of the Qatari royals who live in a mansion on 72nd Street.
There, Judge Oetken told the parties to agree among themselves how much to seal. But this is a criminal case. On March 1 with the jury already out, defendant Howard upon returning to the courthouse at 2 pm had to jump to the front of the security line to ensure arrival in the courtroom on time.
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So did others. This case in ongoing - watch this site. How guns eject shell casings was the subject of expert testimony in this case on February An ATF agent traced a bullet back to Illinois; under cross examination he said a shell casing might eject feet rather than yards unless it bounced on something.
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The next day on February 28 the defen se' s failure to cross examine thi s testimony was emphasized in the government's summation; that the bullet was made in Illinois w as presented as a basis to find that the se half-block gangs impact inter-state commerce. A Facebook official testified, and the defendant's mess ages were shown, aiming to "p eter roll that bir ch ass 'N-word.
The differ ing demographics of the two courtrooms, and the lack of any other media in the Bronx case, were striking. Th e testimony went back to , a year old with a gun heading from the Millbrook projects to the Mitchell Houses. The defense asked for a mistrial when the name of a second gang was introduced; the prosecution shot back so to speak that it came from the photos on the defendant's own Facebook page.
And so it was in summa tion. She presided over the trial in which Stiven Siri-Reynoso was convicted of, among other things, murder in aid of racketeering for the death of Jessica White, a 28 year old mother of three, in the Bronx in Jessica White's mother was in the court room; she was greeted by Judge McMahon but declined to speak before sentencing.
Siri-Reynoso was representing himself by this point, with a back-up counsel by his side. Judge McMahon told him, "You're a very smart man You are a coward, sent a child to do it for you Your emissary shot the wrong person, a lovely lady It was a vicious, evil attack against the good people of that neighborhood.
Later, after Siri-Reynoso ended asking how he can get more documents about the case, a woman on his side of the courtroom said, "No te preocupes, muchacho, Dios sabe lo que hace" - don't worry, God knows what he is doing. But does He? Earlier on February 25 when the government tried to defend its change of policy or practice on Special Immigrant Juvenile status in the U. Koeltl had many questions about the change. He asked, are you saying that all the decisions before were just wrong, under a policy in place but not implemented at the time?
In the overflow courtroom 15C the largely young audience laughed, as the government lawyer tried to say it wasn't a change of policy but rather an agency interpretation of the statute. Shouldn't there have been notice and comment rulemaking under the Administrative Procedure Act? The government said the argument proffered for this was about the Freedom of Information Act on which, as Inner City Press has noted, the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has similarly reversed its policy degrees without justification.
SDNY Judge Koeltl demanded t know if the government is arguing that no juvenile court in New York, California and maybe Texas for other reasons he said is empowered to grant relief. The answer was far from clear - but where the ruling is going does seem so.