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Defendant Asked to Delay SDNY Sentencing Until after State Case Gets 2 Terms of 5 Years

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 7 – A man facing sentencing in cases in The Bronx and Queens wants to remain a Federal prisoner and so has asked for a delay in Federal sentencing. 

 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge George B. Daniels has been asked to adjourn defendant Cruz' April 3 sentencing, because "The Queens County judge is away under the week of April 8... We respectfully ask that the Court grant a short adjournment of Mr. Cruz' sentencing so that he be bailed in Queens and The Bronx and become a primary federal inmate before sentence is imposed in this case."

That is the moment when continued Federal custody is decided.

On May 7, Cruz was sentenced to five years on Count 1 and five years on Count 5 - to run consecutively...

 The case is US v. Cruz, 21-cr-21 (Daniels)


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