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Amid Coronavirus 2 Bullets Case of Shendale Jarrett Was Put Off Now Jury Wheel Issues Arise

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 29 – Shendale Jarrett stands accused of having two .38 bullets in The Bronx while a felon.

  On April 30, 2020 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lorna G. Schofield held a conference on the case, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, covered by Inner City Press.   

  Jarrett's able Federal Defense Julia L. Gatto said things should be adjourned.

 Now nearly a year later, the issue of jury wheels during the pandemic has arisen, with information to be provided. On March 29, 2021 Judge Schofield held another proceeding, and Inner City Press again covered it. The parties are to file a joint letter stating how they would like to proceed.

The case is US v. Jarrett, 19-cr-670 (Schofield).


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