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In SDNY Murky Mag Court Defendant Freed For Reporting Only By Phone or Web No Home Visits

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 7 – A defendant was released with reporting "only by phone or web, no home visits" in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York's Magistrates Court as the last case of the week of Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein.

  Why could Pre-Trial Services not conduct any home visit? If it it because the defendant - murkily announced as Miguel (Tobias?) Mendez is a cooperating witness, why do it in open court? How to justify remanding some, compared to this?

  There is no Miguel Mendez as a defendant in PACER; the Assistant US Attorneys on June 7 were whispering as if part of a conspiracy themselves. Where is the accountability? Where is the transparency? What this site, and @InnerCityPress and the new @SDNYLIVE.

The next hearing for Bryan Pivnick is July 1.  Inner City Press and @SDNYLIVE will be there.


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