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In SDNY Steven Brown Pled Guilty To Bronx Murder Now Gets 260 Months On Top of 115

By Matthew Russell Lee, Periscope, Photos

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 21 – When Steven Brown came to plead guilty to the August 2009 murder of 22-year-old Derrick Moore in The Bronx more than ten years after the death, in the gallery were only three US Marshals and Inner City Press. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katherine Polk Failla ran through the Q&A, did Mr. Brown understand what he was pleading to, did anyone threaten him.

  Brown was 40 years ago, serving a 15 year sentence already. This murder plea subjects him to 20 month years, though it is not clear if it could be concurrent. The sentencing will, due to Thanksgiving plans of the defense (lawyer), be on December 4. Brown's main concern at the end was to get his personal belongings from Devens sent to the MDC. The contact at Devens is to be e-mailed to chambers; Judge Failla at the end asked to meeting with the government lawyers on an unrelated matter.

Jump cut to December 21, 2021: "STEVEN BROWN, a/k/a “BI,” was sentenced to 260 months in prison today for participating in the August 2, 2009, murder of Derrick Moore in the Bronx.  BROWN previously pled guilty before U.S. District Judge Katherine Polk Failla, who imposed today’s sentence.  Today’s sentence was imposed in addition to a 115-month sentence that BROWN previously served for related narcotics conduct in the Middle District of Pennsylvania."

The SDNY case is US v. Steven Brown, 15-cr-608 (KPF).



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