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Man Who Handed Off Gun That Shot His Nephew Gets 48 Months in SDNY

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 9 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on January 9, a sentencing was held by Judge Gregory H. Woods on a man for handing a loaded gun to another.

Warren Wilder was at the defense table, in detention despite among other communication once from a nephew, initially directed to Judge Kimba Wood, about his medical issues and distrust of his then-lawyer.

  Now, the US Attorney's Office was asking for a sentence above the guideline of 46 to 57 months, which his new lawyer said was rare when he was at the US Attorney's Office.

 The US sentencing memo quoted Wilder to Morgan, "You did what you did and he should have been in the way" - he being a nephew. Also, "You need a few dollars to go somewhere, hit me, I'll gitve it to you."

Judge Woods, noting Wilder had lost a son to gun violence and has more than a dozen children, sentenced him to 48 months.

The case is US v. Wilder, 20-cr-543 (Woods)



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