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In SDNY Meticulous Mag Court Counterfeit Goods Trafficking Defendant Gets Bond and Explanation

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 29 – Hai Long Huang was arrested at 6:05 am on a charge of trafficking counterfeit goods, and showed up just before 6 pm in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District Court of New York Magistrates Court, in shackles and with a Federal Defender.

   He was charged with a scheme to traffic counterfeit Timberland and UGG boots, and with selling such boots to an undercover agent at the historic corner of Delancey Street and Suffolk Street on the Lower East Side of  Manhattan.

   Huang's was the last case of the day, and to his credit SDNY Magistrate Judge James L. Cott after disappearing into his robing room with the prosecutors and Federal Defender and another, emerged to say on the record that because of the hour, no written Pre-Trial Services report was ready. The report was given orally and will be memorialized in writing later. Okay, then.

  Huang was freed on a bail package: $75,000 personal recognizance bond to be signed by another financial responsible person in a week's time, passport already surrendered, travel restricted to the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Consular notification was given.

  One of the participant remarked to Inner City Press as the SDNY Mag Court was locked up for the night, You must have bigger cases to cover than this.

  Not at 6 pm. And we shall continue to cover it, and give credit where credit is due. It's US v. Huang, 19-mj-10119 (Cott).


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