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In SDNY Mag Court Fernandez Freed To Texas After Non Public Presentation Not CourtCall

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 4 – Jenny Fernandez Nataren was arrested on drug charges, transporting meth. 

On November 4 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron held a bail hearing partially on CourtCall, partially not. Inner City Press covered the former.   

Fernandez' lawyer said the argument against risk of flight should be heard with the press and public excluded.

And so Judge Aaron shifted to another phone line. To his credit, he announced that a recording would be made. But how could a request be made to unseal it? Inner City Press stayed on CourtCall.

When they returned, Fernandez was ordered released on bond, including travel to Texas.  What was the basis, compared to other detentions in the evening's cases like 20-mj-11389 (Torres), and 20-mj-11878, represented by a white shoe CJA firm? It is for now unclear.

This case is US v. Fernandez Nataren, et al., 20-mj-11874 (Aaron).


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