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Man Restored to Competency at Med Center for Federal Prisoners Returned to Get Time Served

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 11 – Corey Kelley, after serving prison time for firearms trafficking, was charged with violations of supervised release. But he was found, at least initially, to be mentally incompetent.

  On March 2, 2023 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York  Judge P. Kevin Castel held a proceeding. Inner City Press went and covered it. 

 Kelley had spend four months in the U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri. He received "competency restoration treatment." 

 On March 2, after some question and answer, Judge Castel found Kelley competent, accepted a plea to one specification, and imposed a time served sentence, with six more months of supervised release.

The case is US v. Kelley, 13-cr-990 (Castel)


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