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Oxy Defendant Chooses Weekends In Halfway House for Year Over 6 Months in MCC

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 3 –  Mathis Joseph was up for sentencing on December on December 3 after pleading guilty to procuring and reselling oxycodone, to feed his own addictions.

 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jed S. Rakoff held the sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.

   Judge Rakoff called the conduct serious, but said he would not do with the guidelines of 46 to 57 months.

 He asked if the defendant would prefer six months incarceration or a year of checking into a halfway house every weekend. 

  Due to the danger of contracting COVID in the MCC, Joseph chose a year of halfway house, from Friday night to Monday morning, followed by two more years of supervised release.

The case is US v. Joseph, 16-cr-246 (Rakoff)


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