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Man Who Pled to Counterfeiting Gave PTS Counterfeit Ticket US Asks 51 Months on Evans

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 24 – A man free on bond awaiting trial for stealing and counterfeiting bank checks is now charged with counterfeiting a movie theater ticket to claim to Pre-Trial Services that he was with his daughter. 

 On June 22, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Barbara C. Moses had set a bail review proceeding. Inner City Press was there, the only media in the SDNY Mag Court.

 The defendant, Daniel McIntosh, was 30 minutes late. He and his Criminal Justice Act lawyer, appointed in April to replace a previous retained counsel, retired to side room for discussions.

   The CJA lawyer said she is attempting to resolve the case. Judge Moses said that would involve jail time anyway - the CJA lawyer said, Not necessarily. 

 The Assistant US Attorney asked for remand, but said her office would agree to a 48 hour delay for McIntosh to arrange for child care. Ultimately McIntosh was given until June 29 at noon.  

Jump cut to December 14, 2023 - McIntosh was brought into the Mag Court. Inner City Press was there. McIntosh changed his plea to guilty, to an identity theft count with the two year minimum.

On June 24, for co-defendant Jameik Evans, the US Attorney's Office wrote in requesting 51 months, with sentencing set for June 28.

The case is US v. McIntosh, 22-cr-174 (Marrero / Moses)


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