STIPULATION AND ORDER TO CONTINUE SENTENCING DATE, (TENTH REQUEST)
JENNIFER A. DORSEY, District Judge.
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED, by and between the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, by and through Steven Myhre, United States Attorney, Dan Cowhig, Assistant United States Attorney, and Kathryn C. Newman, Assistant United States Attorney, and defendant, PHILLIP ALLERSON VAUGHN, by and through his attorney, Joshua Tomsheck, Esq., of the law firm of Hofland & Tomsheck, that the sentencing date in the above-captioned matter now scheduled for August 14, 2017 vacated and continued to a date and time convenient to the Court, no sooner than thirty (30) days beyond the current setting, in order for the Parties to have sufficient time to prepare for sentencing in this matter.
This is the TENTH request by the undersigned defense counsel for a continuance of the scheduled sentencing date, is made in good faith and not for the purpose of delay and comports with the good cause requirements of Fed. R. Crim. P. 32(b)(2).
FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND ORDER
Based upon the pending Stipulation of the parties, and good cause appearing therefore, the Court finds that:
The parties have stipulated to continue the sentencing hearing date as presently scheduled.
This Court, being conviced that adequate showing has been made that were this request for continuance to be denied, counsel would not have the necessary time to effectively prepare for the sentencing hearing, taking into account the exercise of due diligence, and a miscarriage of justice could result, based on the following:
1. Counsel for the Defendant is appointed CJA counsel.
2. Counsel for the Governement and Defendant are concerned that legal issues arising out of the decision in USA v Johnson might prejudice the Defendant and fail to meet the spirit of the negotiation if this case proceeds to sentencing in its current posture.
3. Counsel for the Defendant is researching these matters and has engaged the Government Counsel regarding a potential resolution to protect the interests of the Defendant.
4. Counsel for the Government needs this additional time to finalize preparation of additional information for this Court prior to sentencing.
5. Denial of this request for continuance would deny the parties herein time and the opportunity to effectively and thoroughly prepare for the sentencing hearing, taking into account the exercise of due diligence.
6. Additionally, denial of this request for continuance could result in a miscarriage of justice.
7. For all of the above-stated reasons, the ends of justice would best be served by a continuance of the sentencing date.
IT IS HEREBY