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Man Who Turned Fugitive On Supervised Release Gets 9 More Months in SDNY

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 20 – Victor Peterson was on supervised release when he became a fugitive.  Casimir Griffin was on supervised release when he was charged with shooting a gun in Newburgh, New York.  

       On December 20 in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard J. Sullivan, sitting by designation in his past criminal case, held an in-person VOSR proceeding with Peterson. Inner City Press covered in by the rightly provided listen-only call-in line.

  In the docket was Peterson's handwritten letter about addiction to crack cocaine.

Judge Sullivan referenced it, but said that a sentence at the top fo the recommendation was necessary.

He said he had intended to do more, but based on representations at the hearing, he arrested at nine months, minus forty some days Peterson has already served.

The six months of in-patient drug treatment, five years of supervised release.

The case is  US v. Peterson, 17-cr-365 (Sullivan)


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