U.S. v. SMALLWOOD

Case No. 17-cr-0041 TLN.

THE UNITED STAES OF AMERICA, v. JOHN SMALLWOOD.

United States District Court, E.D. California.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

James Smallwood, Defendant, represented by Douglas J. Beevers , Federal Defender.

John Smallwood, Defendant, represented by Olaf William Hedberg , Law Office of Olaf W. Hedberg.

USA, Plaintiff, represented by Owen Roth , U.S. Attorney's Office.


STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER REGARDING CONDITIONS OF PRETRIAL RELEASE

EDMUND F. BRENNAN, Magistrate Judge.

In the matter at bar Defendant seeks to alter the Court's previously issued Pretrial Release Order issued by the Hon. Allison Claire on February 24, 2017.

I have spoken with Mr. Smallwood's Pretrial Services Officer Mr. Renee Basurto and she has informed me that both she and AUSA Owen Roth agree that the order that Mr. Smallwood's requirement that he be subject to home detention (Special Condition # 13) be deleted and a new Special Condition # 13 be inserted in its' place that reads as follows:

13. CURFEW: You must remain inside your residence every day from 9:00pm to 7:00am, or as adjusted by the pretrial services officer for medical, religious services, employment or court-ordered obligations.

All other orders to remain unchanged.

IT IS THERFORE STIPULATED:

Mr. Smallwood's Special Conditions of Release #13 (Home Detention) be deleted and a new Special Condition #13 that reads as follows:

13. CURFEW: You must remain inside your residence every day from 9:00pm to 7:00am, or as adjusted by the pretrial services officer for medical, religious services, employment or court-ordered obligations.

be substituted in its place. All other orders to remain unchanged.

IT IS SO ORDERED

Mr. Smallwood's Special Conditions of Release #13 (Home Detention) and be deleted and a new Special Condition #13 that reads as follows:

13. CURFEW: You must remain inside your residence every day from 9:00pm to 7:00am, or as adjusted by the pretrial services officer for medical, religious services, employment or court-ordered obligations.

be substituted in its place. All other orders to remain unchanged.


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