U.S. v. PUEBLA

No. CR15-268 RAJ.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. STARLA PUEBLA, Defendant.

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

USA, Plaintiff, represented by Matthew Hampton , US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE & Mark P. Parrent , US ATTORNEY'S OFFICE.


ORDER TERMINATING DEFENDANT'S PARTICIPATION IN DREAM PROGRAM AND DISMISSING CRIMINAL CHARGES BASED ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF DREAM PROGRAM

RICHARD A. JONES, District Judge.

The above-named defendant entered guilty pleas to Count 1 of the indictment pursuant to a plea agreement authorizing post-plea/pre-adjudication to enable the defendant's participation in the Drug Reentry Alternative Model (DREAM) program. A United States District Judge accepted the plea and maintained jurisdiction to enable defendant's participation in the DREAM program under which program defendant's compliance with the terms of supervision is overseen by the DREAM Executive Review Team.

The DREAM Executive Review Team, including the undersigned United States District Judge, has determined that defendant has successfully completed the DREAM program and therefore should receive the benefits specified in defendant's plea agreement. Therefore, based on defendant's successful completion of the DREAM program, in accordance with the terms of defendant's plea agreement:

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that defendant's participation in the DREAM program is terminated.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11(d)(2)(B), on defendant's request, a fair and just reason having been demonstrated by defendant's successful completion of the DREAM program, that defendant's guilty plea is withdrawn.

FURTHERMORE, IT IS ORDERED that pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 48(a), on motion of the government, good cause having been shown by defendant's successful completion of the DREAM program, that the criminal charges against defendant in the above-captioned case are dismissed with prejudice.


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