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With 58 Priors  Dones Got 63 Months Now Co Defendant in Hotel Gets May 2021 SDNY Trial

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 30 – The narcotics case of Manolo Dones and his co-defendants, Inner City Press has been covering since last year.

On June 4 amid the Coronavirus lock-down U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Victor Marrero held a sentencing for Dones himself. Inner City Press covered it.

 The Assistant US Attorney made a point of emphasizing that Dones has 58 prior convictions. His lawyer spoke about his child hood.

  Ultimately, Judge Marrero stayed in the guidelines at the lower edge: 63 months, minus the 23 already served, so 40.

  Now on October 30, a co-defendant Pedro Hernandez had a proceeding before Judge Marrero. Inner City Press again covered it. Hernandez is not in jail but rather in a hotel paid for by the shelter, as in home incarceration.  Judge Marrero noted that others in the case have pled guilty, and set Hernandez' trial for May 3.

The case is US v. Dones, et al., 19-cr-169 (Marrero).


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