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Jaime Banks Pleads Guilty To Violation of Supervised Release After Escape and VA Coke

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 4 – Jaime Banks was convicted of escape in 2017. After release he failed a drug test in Virginia. On January 4 he pleaded guilty to Specification 1, Violation of Supervised Release. 

  U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Alison J. Nathan held the change of plea proceeding, punctuated by technological issues. Inner City Press covered it.  

Earlier in the case the US Attorney's Office had recounted the "escape" from the Bronx Residential Re-Entry Center, and positive test for cocaine in the Western District of Virginia - and quoted Judge Nathan, "I'm not going to give a speech, Mr. Banks, but I'm just going to tell you that I mean it. If you are brought back before me for a violation of those conditions, I almost certainly will sentence you to another and severe term of imprisonment." That sentencing is to come.

The case is US v. Banks, 17-cr-552 (Nathan)


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