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NYC Meth Seller Travels To Florida and Tests Positive For Meth As Lawyer Blames Probation

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 18 – Danielle Panzarino was charged with selling meth on 8th Avenue and 46th Street. Then in March 2020 she was permitted by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katherine Polk Failla to leave New York and head to Florida.

There, however, she broke off contact with Probation, and tested positive for meth.

  Judge Failla was not amused. She held a proceeding on June 18. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Judge Failla chided Panzarino's World Trade Center-based lawyer for not taking the positive meth test seriously enough, and for appearing to cast some blame on Probation. It emerged that Probation, too, works by Skype for Business.

The case is US v. Panzarino, 16-cr-290 (Failla). 


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