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Defendant Released by EDNY on Gun Charge Detained in SDNY As Nov 18 Trial Date Set

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 17 – A defendant who was released on bond in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York on June 8 was detained in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on June 9.

 Inner City Press was there.

SDNY Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn said that she was not bound in any way by the previous day's decision by an EDNY judge whose name she didn't even have.

  The SDNY prosecutor said the EDNY case was only about guns; the SDNY case is about financial crimes, having access to 90 people's bank accounts and 60 cell phones.

   Judge Netburn said the pre-trial services report showed a life of escalating crime and a lack of candor, ranging from the number of siblings to where the defendant went to college. 

 The Federal Defender - a free lawyer for a man with 90 people's bank accounts - said his client has started in a masters program in Florida.

 Judge Netburn ordered him detained. That decision was repeated by District Judge Vernon S. Broderick, as Part 1 Judge, on June 21.

On July 6, after the case was indicted and assigned to District Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil, Evans was arraigned. Inner City Press was again there. Evans pled guilty to three counts including aggravated identity theft - which would carry two years consecutive.

Jump cut to June 17, 2024. Evans' lawyer asked for a continuance - and for bail for this client. Judge Vyskocil asked why he had not followed her order and applied in writing. He cited a knifing murder in the MDC (previously first reported by Inner City Press) and the defendant's family, in the gallery, being willing to put up a three family house in Brooklyn with $750,000 in equity. Judge Vyskocil said crimes could still be committed, and said trial would take place in the week of November 18, if the case is not resolved.

The case is now US v. Evans, 23-cr-301 (Vyskocil)


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