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Josue Torres For Violating Conditions of Release Gets 6 Months Then End Of Supervision

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 12 – Josue Torres has been on supervised release, and living in a homeless shelter. In 2019 he got into an altercation in Odyssey House and was told he might face discharge though he acted in self-defense.

   On November 12 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul G. Gardephe held a violation of supervised release proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.  

There have been more violations since, and on November 12 Torres pleaded guilty to five of them.

As sometimes happens, the proposal was to impose a prison sentence but then no more supervised release.  

Torres' lawyer suggested 90 days; Judge Gardephe saying he had thought closely about it imposed six months - and no more supervised release.

The case is, or was, US v. Torres, 16-cr-85 (Gardephe)


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