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Jason Horsford Reappears Before SDNY Judge Kaplan And Pleads Guilty to Specification 4

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 23 – Back on November 19, 2019 Jason Horsford appeared in person on alleged Violations of Supervised Release before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lewis A. Kaplan.

Assistant US Attorney Alexander Li suggested that Judge Kaplan sever Specification Four from the rest.

Judge Kaplan asked, "Wouldn't it just make more sense to amend his current conditions to do what you want him to do and then leave the whole case in abeyance and see how it goes for a while?"   And that is what happened.

Jump cut to June 23, and Horsford was before Judge Kaplan again, this time by phone.

And this time, Specifications 1-3 and 5-8 were dropped in exchange to a guilty plea to Specification Four.

The case is US v. Horsford, 09-cr-1052 (Kaplan).


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