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SDNY Asst US Attorney Wins Detention Citing COVID In Elevators As A Harlem Guy

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 5 – When Jason Davenport applied for release from prison on May 5, he may have faced the wrong Assistant US Attorney, Christopher Clore.

In a telephone proceeding apparently only covered by Inner City Press, Clore said "as a Harlem guy myself," he was heartened to see people willing to sign a bond for Richardson.

 But, AUSA Clore argued, these family members had not in the past stopped Richardson from crime.

And Clore made the argument that because Richardson would be in an apartment building with people in the lobby and elevators, he might be safer in prison.

   U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter ruled that Richardson had not shown extraordinary circumstances, and would therefore remain detained.

The case is US v. Richardson, 18-cr-420 (Carter).


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