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SDNY Defendant King Could Not Answer Questions Before Judge Carter Plea Postponed

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 15 – A man was pleading guilty to felony gun possession and use on November 15 before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter.

   But the defendant, Bob King, could not answer the questions, about whether he had discussed his possible sentence with his lawyer coming to plead guilty, if he understood about the probation report, nothing.   

First Judge Carter took a break. But when he came back in, things were not better. He gave King and his lawyer until 3 pm to confer in the interview cells in 40 Foley Square.

  At 3 pm Inner City Press after publishing the above and broadcasting a Periscope from outside the courthouse went back to Judge Carter's (and Judge Engelmeyer's) 13th floor. There, King was was by the elevators in shackled, just leaving. Judge Carter's door was locked. Apparently the guilty plea was again, appropriately, not taken.

   But shouldn't this plea be called off? Inner City Press will continue on this case. It is US v. King, 18-cr-308 (Carter).


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