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On Defendant Eric Ulloa Repped By Lazzaro US Cites Possible Conflict So Curcio Hearing Next

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 5 – Back on March 3, before the Coronavirus pandemic hit New York full force, Judge Richard M. Berman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York held an in-person proceeding in the case of US v. Eric Ulloa.   

Assistant US Attorney Daniel Nessim said "There is a potential conflict issue with Eric Ulloa's counsel... Eric Ulloa has attempted to proffer with the government and provided information. Ultimately we thought that Mr. Ulloa was not being totally truthful with the government and we ceased these proffers. However, some of the information he provided links with another investigation of the government's that has led to criminal charges being brought, and that defendant, of which there is some overlap, is represented by Mr. Brackley" - and, apparently, Lance Lazzaro. 

 On May 5, in a telephone proceeding that Inner City Press pressed to cover, Lance Lazzaro did appear and an agreement was made for a Curcio hearing on the conflict.

The case is US v. Ulloa, 19-cr-707 (Berman). 


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