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In SDNY 1 Man Was Released on Time Served Now Co-Defendant Pleads so July 7 Sentencing

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 1 – Clarence Grandy was charged as part of a narcotics conspiracy and has spent 24 months in detention.    

   On January 29, 2021 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York  Judge Andrew L. Carter held a sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.  

The guidelines were for 70 to 87 months; it is a multi-defendant case.

Judge Carter agreed to time served - 24 months - and expressed concern that someone come and pick up Grandy, with PPE. He said this awaited him outside 500 Pearl Street.

Jump cut to April 1, 2022 when co-defendant Jamer Davis appeared before Judge Carter to plead guilty. His sentencing was set for July 7 at 2 pm.

The case is US v. Hernandez, et al., 18-cr-420 (Carter)


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