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When CourtCall Breaks For Arraignment Date of Birth Establishes Who Unseen Defendant Is

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 3 –    Back on March 28, 2017 Charles Kenyatta pleaded guilty to narcotics conspiracy. 

 On December 3 he appeared again before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Denise L. Cote, to be arraigned on a violation of supervised release. 

 But the video didn't work.

Judge Cote decided it could proceeding, but she wanted to be assured that the defendant whom she could not see was, in fact, Charles Kenyatta.  

She asked his date of birth - given - and if he had appeared before her before and he gave the date.

Call it the COVID-era audio only caller ID.

The case is US v. Kenyatta, 16-cr-273 (Cote)


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