Youthful Offenses & 922(g) Charge
Arises In SDNY Argument
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
Feb 23 – Philip Santiago is
being prosecuted as a felon in
possession of a firearm.
But he argues
that convictions set aside by
adjudications can no longer
provide a basis for a 922(g)
23, U.S. District Court for
the Southern District of New
York Judge Alison J. Nathan
held an oral argument. Inner
City Press covered it.
that the US Attorney's Office
is now try to circumvent this
Second Circuit precedent from
Sellers, 784 F.3d 876
(2d Cir. 2015).
Judge Nathan has
asked for some additional
filing about state law
The case is US v.
Santiago, 20-cr-528 (Nathan)
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