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SDNY Judge Engelmayer Advised He Might Remand Angevine But Not Until July In Person?

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 16 – Jaquan Angevine was charged in 2017 with identity theft and bank fraud.

Now he is on Supervised Release, and on June 16 appeared before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul A. Engelmayer on alleged violations of supervised release. Inner City Press covered it.

Judge Engelmayer provided notice in advance, "the Court may order Mr. Angevine's immediate remand."   

When it began, Judge Engelmayer said, I understand, Mr. Angevine, you will be pleading guilty to a number of violations today. But first you will plead not guilty. Mr. Smallman, will you please put Mr. Angevine under oath? [It was done.]

How do you plead?   

Not guilty.    

Judge Engelmayer's June 3 Order said a photo obtained by Probation "indicated that Mr. Angevine was at an outdoor bar, which is forbidden under the terms of supervised release."

 He asks the AUSA, What is the agreement?  

 The AUSA answered, Plead to 6, 8, 9 and 11 and we dismiss the rest.    

Angevine: I wasn't driving with a license. I was around people I should never have been around. 

Judge Engelmayer: Did you go through the red light? 

Angevine: Yes. 

Judge Engelmayer: And forced license and checks? 

Angevine: In the car, but not in my possession.  Judge Engelmayer: Did you know if violated the terms of your supervised release? 

Angevine: Yes. 

Judge Engelmayer: Was there a marijuana odor? 

Angevine: No, honestly.   A sentencing on these violations was set for first week in July.

 Judge Engelmayer says "it's my understanding that at some point in July the court will open for non-trial criminal conferences.... Mr Smallman will tell you if it's that, or CourtCall."

He declined to remand Angevine, citing COVID-19, and said how he acts between now and July will mean something.

The case is US v. Angevine, 18-cr-108 (Englemayer).


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