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Gumora Pled Guilty to Meth Now Detained On Violation of Supervision As Lawyer Scrambles

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 10 – Joshua Gumora was charged with meth and ketamine and having a gun as a felon.

 In April, 2020 he applied to U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Vernon S. Broderick for release from jail amid COVID-19. He was denied.   On July 1 Gumora appeared before Judge Broderick to plead guilty. Inner City Press covered it.  

Gumora has a plea agreement with the US Attorney, for 46 to 57 months. This means any sentence before 57 months, he generally could not appeal from.

Judge Broderick asked if he understood this - he did - and named October 21 or 14 as the sentencing date.

  Gumora's lawyer said he wants it as soon as possible, so October 14, 2020. Judge Broderick said, see you on October 21. Whereupon Gumora asked, Isn't it the 14th? Yes, it was.

Jump cut to Friday November 5, 2021. Gumora was in shackles before SDNY Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave. His lawyer asked for release, if he can find an in-patient treatment facility.

 Judge Cave remaned Gumora but set another conference, by phone, on November 10. Inner City Press covered that as well. No facility had yet been found, though no fault on the defense lawyer, who has been making calls. It is unclear if the question of release remains before Magistrate Judge Cave, or District Judge Broderick.

The case is US v. Gumora, 20-cr-144 (Broderick). 


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