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Man in a Walker With a Sealed Docket Called Risk of Flight But Condition for Release Set

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 22 – Marcelino Hernandez was indicted in 2018 for heroin and fentanyl, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Then the docket entries of his December 18, 2018 guilty plea and August 27, 2020 sentencing were sealed.

  Jump cut to March 22, 2024, when Marcelino Hernandez was brought before SDNY Magistrate Judge Gary Stein, moving slowly with a walker. The Assistant US Attorney called him a risk of flight, which seemed unlikely, at least to Inner City Press, the only media there in the SDNY Mag Court.

  He had been taken into federal custody in Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx. Judge Stein agreed he could be bailed on $20,000 bond, with a friend's apartment on East 138th Street to be inspected before he was released.  

   The day's CJA lawyer, from a large law firm based in New Jersey, agreed with Judge Stein that he or his firm would get Hernandez a phone, so that Probation can reach him. A medical order was filled out. 

 The case is US v. Hernandez, 18-cr-155 (Woods / Stein)

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