Defendant Gets 2 Months for Violation Then
3 Years Supervision Contrary to Probation
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
April 29 – Darrell
McLeod, on supervised release
after a narcotics conviction,
29, U.S. District Court for
the Southern District of New
York Judge John G. Koeltl held
a change of plea proceeding,
then sentencing. Inner City
Press covered it.
Koeltl took issue with
Probation's suggestion that
supervised release by ended,
likening it to giving up on
sentenced him to two months to
be followed by three more
years of supervised release,
of which the first six to nine
months are to be out-patient
substance abuse treatment.
The case is US v.
McLeod, 18-cr-691 (Koeltl)
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