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Snipes Lost First Bail Hearing Before Magistrate Still No Transcript For SDNY De Novo Review

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, September 1 – James Snipes, previously convicted on narcotics conspiracy charges, is detained on an alleged Violation of Supervised Release.      

      On September 1 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Analisa Torres had scheduled a bail hearing. Inner City Press covered it.   

The docket reflects the SDNY Magistrate Judge Kevin N. Fox detailed Snipes on August 25 as a risk of flight, "see transcript." But the transcript was not available on September 1.

Snipes lawyer said he wanted to make his argument orally, better than in writing. Judge Torres put it over to September 9 at 10 am.

 The case is 11 US v. Snipes, 17-cr-611 (Torres)


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