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Felon Robinson Pleads Guilty To Fleeing Police But One Specification Goes Missing in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 19 –  Eric Robinson. was sentenced on August 21, 2017 to 18 month imprisonment for attempt and conspiracy to commit wire fraud, by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York then-Judge Katherine B. Forrest.

  On August 25, 2019 he is charged with being in a vehicle in The Bronx with another person under Supervised Release for a felony, with fleeing from the police and not telling his probation officer about it.

    On November 15, Assisant US Attorney Michael D. Neff wrote to SDNY Judge P. Kevin Castel saying that Robinson would be admitting to Four of Seven Violation of Supervised Release specificaions and admitting to "an additional specification in a forthcoming, amended violation report to be issued by the U.S. Probation Office in advance of the requested court conference."

  But at the November 19 conference, there was no fifth specification. Robinson pled guilty to Specifications One through Four in exchange for the government dropping Specifications Five through Seven.

The sentencing, with a guideline of between three to nine months, is set for December 4 at noon. The case is US v. Robinson, 16-cr-447 (Castel).


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