Convicted of Robbing Pharmacies Now Cites
Error Coram Nobis, US Opposes in SDNY
Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell
UK - Honduras
April 5 – Edwin Araujo
was convicted of robbing
pharmacies and selling drugs.
prosecutors say, he engaged in
smuggling that put at least
$25,000 in his commissary
On April 5, U.S. District
Court for the Southern
District of New York Judge
Andrew L. Carter held a
proceeding on Araujo's request
for released based on "error
coram nobis." Inner City Press
Attorney's Office argued that
coram nobis is a remedy for
petitioners who are no longer
in custody pursuant to a
criminal conviction and
therefore cannot pursue direct
review under habeus corpus.
Carter set another proceeding
for May 3.
The case is US v.
Araujo, et al., 13-cr-811
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