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In SDNY Supervisee After 15 Months In Jail in PA Gets Time Served From Judge Sullivan

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 12 -- Circuit Judge Richard J. Sullivan on March 12 presided over a Violation of Supervised Release proceeding in one of his previous 2013 case.

The supervisee had served 15 months in Pennsylvania on charged that apparently later got thrown out.

  Judge Sullivan sentenced him to time service but two more years of Supervised Released, with mental health and other conditions. He showed a detailed knowledge of his supervisee's life and new job, and wished him well.   

Only the day before, wearing his Second Circuit Court of Appeals hat, Judge Sullivan grilled the lawyer for UN briber Patrick Ho about his arguments. Judge Sullivan has his heads in the 40 Foley Square appellate clouds, and firmly planted in the 500 Pearl Street world of supervised release, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern Distict of New York.

  The case is US v. Kokenyei, et al., 13-cr-340 (Sullivan).


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