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Man Charged With Violating Supervised Release Gets Year And A Day So No More Supervision

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 21 – Efe Opuoru had a violations of supervised release proceeding on October 21 before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Alison J. Nathan. Inner City Press covered it.

 The US Attorney's Office had written in back on June 25, that "defendant participated in an initial intake interview for mental health treatment on June 24, 2020. 

That day it seemed everything was put off for six months, to April Fool's Day 2021.

 But on November 23, Judge Nathan held another proceeding. Now it was a matter of sentencing. Both sides agreed that supervised release should end. Judge Nathan sentenced him to a year and a day, which should permit good time credit.

The case is US v. Opuoru, 16-cr-148 (Nathan)


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