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Supervisee Charged with Half House Violation Shows Pay Stub From MTA So Time Served

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 14 – Ramel Bain faced a charge of Violation of Supervised Release, including "unsuccessful discharge from a halfway house." But now he had a job with MTA. 

  On December 14 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Alison J. Nathan held his sentencing. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Bain's Federal Defender argued that in this time of COVID, it is hard to find a job that the Bain should get time served.

  He attached a photo of an Osborne Association pay stub. It was effectively. 

 Judge Nathan agreed to time served, adding on 12 months of Supervised Release and directly the parties to write up the judgment by the next day.

These case is US v. Bain, 15-cr-619 (Nathan)


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