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Chaz Jones Gets 60 Months After Relevant Conduct Argument in SDNY He May Return To

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 17 – Chaz Jones was charged with narcotics conspiracy then pleaded down to a single count.

On September 17 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Vernon S. Broderick held his sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.

  Chaz Jones himself had written to Judge Broderick in August, arguing that New York State prison time he's served should count as relevant conduct. On September 17 his CJA lawyer said the law is not there, yet, but ordered the transcript. 

 Judge Broderick sentenced Jones to what he said was the mandatory minimum, sixty months then supervised release. Then he told Jones, as some judges do, "I hope I never see you again."

  But Jones is boning up on the law - and might appear before Judge Broderick or one of the others?

The case is US v. Jones, 19-cr-125 (Broderick)


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