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Man Arrested in NJ On Warrant From SDNY Emerges After a Month, Freed in 1 Day on GPS

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, March 30-  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on March 30, a detention or release proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave on man arrested on a Violation of Supervised Release in an SDNY case. He was arrested in February in New Jersey and only transferred across the Hudson in late March.

  Inner City Press covers the SDNY Magistrates Court, sometimes alone in the gallery, as it was on March 30. Defendant Khalif White was assigned the duty CJA lawyer, who put up an energetic argument for release on bond.

It succeeded. Judge Cave asked why Probation, in this case in EDNY, had not gone to White's house when he was out of touch, rather than just seeking an arrest warrant. She asked, Why aren't we helping people?

  In ordering White released - after another night in detention pending installation of the GPS bracelet - Judge Cave said, No more joy riding in New Jersey. No more guns or running from the police. White said, Yes.

     The case is US v. White, 18-cr-364 (Gardephe / Cave)



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