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Supervisee Shut Out of Drug Rehab For Leaving Ordered To Surrender to SDNY at 500 Pearl

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 30 –   Oscar Martinez has been under court supervised release, ordered to complete drug rehab at Cornerstone Medical Arts in Fresh Meadows, Queens. He did not.  

   On November 30, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Ronnie Abrams held a Violation of Supervised Release proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

   Martinez' Federal Defender said he had left for medical reasons, and had not been allowed back in when he returned. She said Martinez wanted to try the V.I.P. Program in The Bronx.  

 Judge Abrams noted that this is the third failed drug rehab, saying she didn't want to do it but would order Rodriguez to turn himself in the same day to Marshals at 500 Pearl Street by 4:30 pm.

The case is US v. Martinez, 15-cr-580 (Abrams).


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