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On SDNY 2011 Indictment Gutierrez Miranda Now Plead Not Guilty But Is Detained

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SDNY COURTHOUSE,  Feb 4 – Gilberto Gutierrez Miranda was indicted on narcotics charges in 2011 along with Silvio Aristy. The latter was sentenced by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Loretta A. Preska in 2015. But Gutierrez Miranda was missing from the docket.

  Until February 4, 2020. That evening, with Inner City Press the only media in the SDNY Magistrates Court, Gutierrez Miranda was presented and arraigned. He pled not guilty through a Federal Defender, who said he was only filling in until the defendant retained (paid for) his own counsel.   

Assistant US Attorney Elizabeth A. Espinosa put in a notice of appearance. At the February 4 proceeding, she told still new Magistrate Judge Sarah A. Cave, filling in for this weeks Mag Court Judge Sarah Netburn, that she understood that the defendant was agreeing to detention without prejudice to making a bail application when he appears with his retained counsel.

  And so it was: Gutierrez Miranda in a black t-shirt was led back into the SDNY Mag Court cell block, and that Mag Court closed down for the day. Judge Sarah Netburn was across Pearl Street at the monthly session of the Young Adult Opportunity Program, for which Gutierrez Miranda is presumably not eligible. He is set to appear before Judge Preska on February 11.
  Inner City Press will continue to follow this case. It is US v. Gutierrez Miranda, 11-cr-465 (Preska / Cave). 


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