USA v. Jackson et al

3:10-cr-00227-MPS

2020 | Cited 0 times | D. Connecticut | October 30, 2020

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. RONNIE WASHINGTON, Defendant.

No. 3:10-cr-00227 (JAM)

ORDER GRANTING MOTION FOR COMPASSIONATE RELEASE

AND AMENDING CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE Defendant Ronnie Washington has moved for a sentence reduction pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c)(1)(A). In accordance with the Court’s ruling at the conclusion of today’s hearing, the Court GRANTS the motion for release (Doc. #2379) and the Court orders that defendant Ronnie Washington’s sentence is reduced to a sentence of TIME SERVED as of November 2, 2020, and that his term of supervised release is reduced to a term of 4 years.

The Federal Bureau of Prisons shall release Ronnie Washington from custody on November 2, 2020. As of November 2, 2020, Ronnie Washington shall commence service of his 4-year term of supervised release with the same conditions previously imposed by the Court’s judgment (Doc. #624) in full force and effect in addition to the following modified conditions:

1. Residence location. Upon release from custody, the defendant shall reside with

Zipporea Huggins at the address provided to the U.S. Probation Office. 2. 14-day quarantine. The defendant shall self-quarantine for the first fourteen (14)

days of his release at the residence of Zipporea Huggins. 3. 3-month electronic monitoring. The defendant shall serve the first three months of

supervised release with location monitoring. The United States Probation Office shall use electronic monitoring for the first three months of supervised release, and the method of electronic monitoring shall be chosen by the Probation Office.. 4. Compliance with reentry plan. The defendant shall comply with all conditions

stated in his proposed reentry plan. Doc. #2387-1, Exhibit A.

It is so ordered. Dated at New Haven, Connecticut, this 30th

day of October 2020. /s/ Jeffrey Alker Meyer Jeffrey Alker Meyer United States District Judge

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. RONNIE WASHINGTON, Defendant.

No. 3:10-cr-00227 (JAM)

ORDER GRANTING MOTION FOR COMPASSIONATE RELEASE

AND AMENDING CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE Defendant Ronnie Washington has moved for a sentence reduction pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c)(1)(A). In accordance with the Court’s ruling at the conclusion of today’s hearing, the Court GRANTS the motion for release (Doc. #2379) and the Court orders that defendant Ronnie Washington’s sentence is reduced to a sentence of TIME SERVED as of November 2, 2020, and that his term of supervised release is reduced to a term of 4 years.

The Federal Bureau of Prisons shall release Ronnie Washington from custody on November 2, 2020. As of November 2, 2020, Ronnie Washington shall commence service of his 4-year term of supervised release with the same conditions previously imposed by the Court’s judgment (Doc. #624) in full force and effect in addition to the following modified conditions:

1. Residence location. Upon release from custody, the defendant shall reside with

Zipporea Huggins at the address provided to the U.S. Probation Office. 2. 14-day quarantine. The defendant shall self-quarantine for the first fourteen (14)

days of his release at the residence of Zipporea Huggins. 3. 3-month electronic monitoring. The defendant shall serve the first three months of

supervised release with location monitoring. The United States Probation Office shall use electronic monitoring for the first three months of supervised release, and the method of electronic monitoring shall be chosen by the Probation Office.. 4. Compliance with reentry plan. The defendant shall comply with all conditions

stated in his proposed reentry plan. Doc. #2387-1, Exhibit A.

It is so ordered. Dated at New Haven, Connecticut, this 30th

day of October 2020. /s/ Jeffrey Alker Meyer Jeffrey Alker Meyer United States District Judge

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