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Glisson Was Prepared To Plead To Violations of Supervision But Questions Cause Delay

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 6 – James Glisson was set to plead guilty to violations of supervised release on January 6. But there was a lack of clarify as to exactly what he was pleading to.      

  On January 6, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Chief Judge Laura Taylor Swain held a VOSR proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

   Chief Judge Swain asked all the questions, including How did you become an American citizen? Glisson said, I was born in Jacobi Hospital.

  "That'll do it," Chief Judge Swain said.

  But when it came time to allocute, Glisson's lawyer wanted to do it for him. Chief Judge Swain said, correctly, that she needed to hear the specifics from the defendant. Even after lawyer and client conferred, the allocution was not ready. 

 Chief Judge Swain said it was too important to just move forward. She continued the change of plea proceeding to January 18 at 9 am.

The case is US v. Glisson, 15-cr-618 (Swain) 


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