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Ernest Charged With Violating Supervision Says Denied Counsel Talk By Facility at SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Feb 17 – Casius Ernest had a violation of supervised release proceeding on February 17 and Inner City Press covered it.

  His lawyer was supposed to be able to speak with him before the proceeding. But it didn't happen due, it was said, to "the facility."   Ernest cut in, "So because of the facility, I am losing my rights." 

 The defense lawyer said they could go forward before U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York Judge Kimba M. Wood, and confer if necessary.

   Issues arose. The defense lawyer asked to stay on the line to speak with his client.

Another said, the press is on the line. Inner City Press would have hung up - but the proceeding was over.

The case is US v. Ernest, 12-cr-442 (Wood)


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