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Felon Charged With Being in Vermont with Peer Is Detained on Consent Until At Least Sept 27

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, Sept 7 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on September 2, a presentment was held by Magistrate Jennifer E. Willis on a defendant who on supervised release, it was said, was found in Vermont with known felons.  Inner City Press was there, the only media in the Mag Court.

 Angel Concepcion's previous CJA lawyer Thomas Neuter, who will appear before District Judge Valerie E. Caproni, had another CJA fill in. Concepcion was detained on consent.

On September 7, the AUSA wrote to Judge Caproni that both sides are available for a VOSR conference on September 27. Concepcion, of course, will be available.

The case is US v. Concepcion, 12-cr-732 (Caproni)



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