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Snipes Failed To Contact Probation Now Blames It On Lack of Phone As Pleads Guilty in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 19 – James Snipes was on supervised release but failed to report to probation.

On November 19, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Analisa Torres held a change of plea proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Judge Torres asked Snipes to describe that he had done. He said he was having a hard time, that he hadn't had a phone at the time. 

 Judge Torres asked, But you did not report to probation?   Snipes admitted it.

He was sentenced to time served on Specifications 1 and 2, to continue the current term of supervised release with the special condition of home detention until enrolled in an inpatient drug treatment program.

The case is US v. Snipes, 17-cr-611 (Torres)


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