United States of America v. Kevin Richard Hall

2012 | Cited 0 times | D. Maine | April 24, 2012

ORDER ON MOTION TO CLARIFY AND TO AMEND TERMS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE

The motion is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART.

It appears that the defendant has satisfied (by compromise with the government) his financial obligations that the sentence imposed. There is therefore no reason to keep Special Conditions 1 and 2, relating to his finances and credit, and they are removed. I do not thereby condone the defendant's noncompliance with previous directives of the Probation Office or his attitude toward that office as reflected in his written filings. But if there are violations that deserve punishment, they should be pursued accordingly, not used as a reason to maintain conditions of supervised release that no longer are relevant. Special Conditions 3 (and 4, which is not in dispute) shall remain in effect, given the nature of the defendant's conviction.

SO ORDERED.

D. Brock Hornby

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