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Yoga to the People Founder Gumucio Got Bail Now Trial Pushed to 2025 Haven to Colorado

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon

SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 12 – Yoga To The People founder Gregory Gumucio was indicted for tax fraud this month.

On August 31 the prosecutors sought to impose a $1,000,000 bond and home incarceration. Instead they got a $250,000 bond and GPS - and Gumicio got a free (or tax payer funded) lawyer.  

      U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Jennifer E. Willis, on duty this week, held the bond hearing. Inner City Press was in the Magistrates Court, as usual, and live tweeted it here

The other co-defendant is Michael Anderson.

Checking in on June 30, 2023, ten months into the case, and there have been ten requests for a continuance in the interest of justice, and still no indictment. What gives?

On January 3, 2024, six month later, the US Attorney's Office wrote in of Gregory Gumucio that "the parties have reached an agreement in principle and the defense is currently reviewing a written plea offer," status by January 17.

But on March 18, 2024 Gumucio's Federal Defender wrote in that discovery has not been provided to assess the plea; meanwhile Haven Soliman wants an adjournment or to appear only through counsels. Their cases are said (by Federal Defenders) to be in a "different posture."

On April 24, Judge Cronan set the trial for January 13, 2025.

On June 12, Haven Soliman wrote in for permission to move to Colorado Springs.

The case is now US v. Gumucio, et al., 23-cr-595 (Cronan)


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