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For Failure to Report To Probation Man Will Spend At Least Three Weeks in MDC or Essex

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SDNY COURTROOM, Feb 8 – In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on February 8, a detention or release proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Debra C. Freeman on a defendant brought in on a violation of supervised release.

  Inner City Press was in the the Mag Court awaiting another case, but took notice when defendant Richard Hill's lawyer, only for purposes of presentment, said he was not arguing for release on bail.

  He said the argument would be made on February 28 before District Judge Gregory H. Woods - three weeks from now.

  What is the violation of supervised release Hill is charged with? Failure to report to probation.

  Hill was initially convicted as the seventh defendant in a 22-defendant crack conspiracy case.

  On July 30, 2021, his Criminal Justice Act lawyer wrote to Judge Woods that "Hill's life has been riled with neglect, trauma and drug abuse which, by the time he was a teenager, triggered his own li[f]e-long addictions. Now age 31, he is at a crossroad."

  And he will spend three weeks in the MDC or Essex, for failure to report.

The case is US v. Hill, 16-cr-396 (Woods).



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