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Bronx Man Shown Shooting Gun Was Indicted Now Mulls Guilty Plea If Bruen Motion Denied

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 11 – A Bronx man federally charged in connection with shooting a gun on East 167th Street at 8 pm on June 21, 2023 was ordered released on $75,000 bond in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court on November 15. Inner City Press was there, the only media in the SDNY Mag court. 

  Magistrate Judge Robert W. Lehrburger said the two prior convictions cited by the prosecutor for defendant Dante Petteway were relatively old (2014 and 2020), and that Petteway could live with his mother.

He had already been taken to sign his bond, and was in the courthouse bathroom, when the prosecutor asked for and got a 24 hour stay, to consider appealing. 

 Petteway was brought back through the courtroom by Marshals, and back into the lock up.

On November 17, after extending the stay, Part 1 District Judge Paul A. Crotty ordered Petteway to stay detained: "Judge Paul A. Crotty, PART I. Bond Hearing as to Dante Petteway held on 11/17/2023. The Court heard argument on the government's bail appeal and remanded the Defendant." Inner City Press will stay on the case.

More courtroom details on Substack here

On February 14, the case was indicted and assigned to Judge Analisa Torres.

On May 10, his Federal Defender wrote in that "the Government has provided a Pimentel letter and if the Court denies the Bruen motion, we will promptly schedule a plea."

 It is US v. Petteway, 24-cr-80 (Torres)


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