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Jose Santana Has Two Violation of Supervised Release Cases Before Judges Schofield and Gardephe

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 3 --   Jose Santana has not one but two Violation of Supervised Release proceedings against him in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

On March 3 he appeared in the SDNY Magistrates Court, with Inner City Press the only media in the gallery.    Reference was made to his case before SDNY District Judge Paul G. Gardephe, and another before SDNY Judge Lorna G. Schofield.

 In the latter there was a hearing back on November 26, 2019 at which Judge Schofield noted, "I see that Mr. Santana is not here. Mr. Fiddleman, will you remind me where we stand?"  

Assistant US Attorney Jacob Fiddleman replied, "This matter is one of two simultaneous supervised release violation proceedings that are going on in this courthouse with respect to the defendant. The other proceeding is currently pending before Judge Gardephe." 

On March 3, another Federal Defender appeared standing in for Baum. Santana was detained on consent. But who gets him next - Judge Schofield or Judge Gardephe? The announced case was 16-cr-312, US v. Santana (Schofield). 


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