COMMITMENT TO ANOTHER DISTRICT
SALLIE KIM, Magistrate Judge.
The defendant has been ordered to appear in the Western District of Louisiana (Lafayette). The defendant may need an interpreter for this language: Mandarin.
The defendant: ( ) will retain an attorney.
(X) is requesting court-appointed counsel.
The defendant remains in custody after the initial appearance.
IT IS ORDERED: The United States Marshal must transport the defendant, together with a copy of this order, to the charging district and deliver the defendant to the United States Marshal for that district, or to another officer authorized to receive the defendant. The Marshal or officer of the charging district should immediately notify the United States Attorney and the Clerk of the Clerk for that district of the defendant's arrival so that further proceedings may be promptly scheduled. The Clerk of this district must promptly transmit the papers and any bail to the charging district.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
450 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Susan Y. Soong General Court Number
Clerk of Court 415-522-2000
February 14, 2017
Western District of Louisiana (Lafayette)
800 Lafayette Street, Suite 2100
Lafayette, Louisiana 70501
Case Name: USA v. Yuguang Wu
Case Number: 17-MJ-70090-MAG
Charges: 18:1029(b)(2) Consipiracy to commit access device fraud
The above charges originated in your district and the defendant has appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim. The following action has been taken:
(X) The U.S. Marshal has been ordered to remove this defendant to your district forthwith.
( ) The defendant has a court appearance in your court on:
Enclosed are the following documents:
(X) Original Rule 5 affidavit
(X) Original minute orders
(X) Certified copy of AO 94, Commitment to Another District
(X) Other miscellaneous documents
Please acknowledge receipt of the documents on the attached copy of this letter and return in the envelope provided.
Susan Y. Soong, Clerk
Theresa Hoang, Case Systems Administrator