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Man Who Assaulted Postal Worker in Morgan Processing Cntr Pled Guilty Gets 9 Months

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 2 – Andrell Dukes was indicted for assaulting a US Postal Services worker in the Morgan Processing and Distribution Center in Manhattan.

  On December 6 Dukes came to plead guilty before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Jennifer E. Willis, as covered by Inner City Press. 

  District Judge Lorna G. Schofield had set a trial date of January 29, 2024. That appears to have focused the mind. Dukes met his Federal Defender in the hallway of the SDNY (he is out on bond) and they proceed upstairs and pled guilty. Magistrate Judge Willis is recommending acceptance of the plea. 

On March 15, 2024, Federal Defenders asked that Dukes be given a non-incarceratory sentence, on a guideline of 12 to 18 months, and a recommendation by Probation of six month prison, six months home confinement.

On April 2 Judge Schofield imposed a nine month sentence. Dukes' Federal Defender after that spoke more about the MDC, and anger management. Surrender date was pushed back from May 17 to July 1.

Meanwhile in another Judge Schofield case unrelated to this one (but related to another more recently filed, pro se and now in forma pauperis), a request to unseal and act, made two days ago, remains pending, unlike a similar anti-SLAPP unsealing request acted on by Judge Preska.  Watch this site.

This postal case is US v. Dukes, 22-cr-581 (Schofield)


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