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Man Who Avoided Jail Amid COVID Pled To Subway Stabbing So MDC After 364 NYS Days

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, Oct 5 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on October 5, a detention or bond proceedings was held by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave. Inner City Press was there, the only media in the Mag Court.

  The defendant was Ramel Bain, who while on supervised release has charged with stabbing a man on a New York City subway platform. The state charges were pled down to  misdemeanor and 364 days served - after which Bain was quickly brought into Federal custody on the violation of supervised release.

   Bain had previously avoided imprisonment on a violation of supervised release, with now Second Circuit Judge Alison J. Nathan citing COVID and MDC jail conditions to give him another chase. Now, the AUSA said, the chance had been wasted.

  Bain's Federal Defender offered GPS location monitoring and a $50,000 personal recognizance bond, with no suretors.

Judge Cave declined to free Bain on bond. His next appearance is set for November 2.

The case is US v. Bain, 15-cr-619 (Crotty / Cave)



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