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After Slip and Fall Fraud Trial Duncan Files Sealed Exhibits Via COVID Positive Lawyer

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 17 – Bryan Duncan was convicted in a slip and fall insurance fraud conspiracy and has been awaiting sentencing, with restitution to be determined.

On May 29 he called the Chambers voicemail of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Sidney H. Stein.    Judge Stein ordered Duncan "to have no further direct contact with chambers," and scheduled a July 10 proceeding. Inner City Press, which covered the trial, covered this as well. 

 Duncan's new lawyer Patrick Megaro, based in Florida and having now having tested positive for Coronavirus, on July 17 continued to argue for a reduction in restitution and to file exhibits under seal, which he has.

  He will appear by phone at Duncan's sentencing on July 27 - but Duncan, it seems, will be in the courtroom. Is that because Judge Stein expects immediate remand? And what is in the sealed exhibits? Inner City Press will continue to report on this case.

The case is US v. Duncan, 18-cr-289 (Stein)


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