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Man Charged With Drugs Needed Interpreter Now Gets Brady Warning To AUSA Too

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 26 – Alan Tejada-Isabel is charged with a narcotics conspiracy in The Bronx, driving around in a white Dodge Charger. He was to be arraigned on October 15 but that was postponed; he needed an interpreter. 

   On October 26 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jesse M. Furman actually held the arraignment. Inner City Press covered it. 

  In the intervening 11 days, the President sued new legislation on due process, under which Judge Furman instructed the AUSA on duties under Brady and Giglio.

Earlier in the day Judge Paul A. Engelmayer said he heads the SDNY Committee which came up with the script; on October 26, Judge Katharine Polk Failla's courtroom deputy worked on this proceeding for Judge Furman. It's all hands on deck in the SDNY.

This case is US v. Tejeda-Isabel, 20-cr-515 (Furman)


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