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United States District Court
United States of America
ORDER SETTING CONDITIONS
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IT IS ORDERED that the release of the defendant is subject to the following conditions:
(1) The defendant shall not commit any offense in violation of federal, state or local law while on release in this case.
(2) The defendant shall immediately advise the court, defense counsel and the U.S. Attorney in writing before any change in
address and telephone number.
(3) The defendant shall appear at all proceedings as required and shall surrender for service of any sentence imposed as
directed. The defendant shall appear at (if blank, to be notified)_ United States District Court _
401 Courthouse Sq„ Alexandria. VA on _ ISA
Date and Time
Release on Personal Recognizance or Unsecured Bond
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the defendant be released provided that:
( J ) (4) The defendant promises to appear at all proceedings as required and to surrender for service ol any sentence imposed.
( ) (5) The defendant executes an unsecured bond binding the defendant to pay the United States the sum ol
in the event of a failure to appear as required or to surrender as directed for service of any sentence imposed.
DISTRIBUTION: COURT DEPENDANT
U.S. ATTORNEY U.S. MARSHAL
AO 199B (Rev 12/11) Additional Conditions of Release
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS OF RELEASE
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the defendant's release is subject to the conditions marked below:
( EH ) (6) The defendant is placed in the custody of:
Person or organization
Address (only if above is an organization}
City and state
who agrees to (a) supervise the defendant, (b) use every effort to assure the defendant’s appearance at all court proceedings, and (c) notify the court
immediately if the defendant violates a condition of release or is no longer in the custodian's custody.
Signed:_ _ _
( ptf ) (7) The defendant must:
(M) (a) report on a regular basis to the following agency:
( EH ) (b) continue or actively seek employment.
( EH ) (c) continue or start an education program. n\
(J5T) (d) surrender any passport to: AV-ltA*-t i nCO C l rf'Ytr’ V -t CO rr\~-o LT
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<#> (f) abide by the following restrictions on personal association, residence, or travel: Do not depart the Washington D.C.ry %
metropolitan area without prior approval of Pretrial Services or the Court. Afec. bl,Sfr iC f
(fijf) (g) avoid all contact, directly or indirectly, with any person who is or may be a victim or witness in the investigation or prosecution, £,•( j
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get medical or psychiatFic treatment:
( □ ) (h) get
( EH ) (•) return to custody each
o'clock after being released at
o'clock for employment, schooling.
or the following purposes:
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maintain residence at a halfway house or community corrections center, as the pretrial serv ices office or supervising officer considers
not possess a firearm, destructive device, or other weapon,
not use alcohol ( EH ) at all ( EH ) excessively.
not use or unlawfully possess a narcotic drug or other controlled substances defined in 21 U.S.C. § 802, unless prescribed by a licensed
submit to testing for a prohibited substance if required by the pretrial services office or supervising officer. Testing may be used with
random frequency and may include urine testing, the wearing of a sweat patch, a remote alcohol testing system, and/or any form of
prohibited substance screening or testing. The defendant must not obstruct, attempt to obstruct, or tamper with the efficiency and
accuracy of prohibited substance screening or testing.
participate in a program of inpatient or outpatient substance abuse therapy and counseling if directed by the pretrial sendees office or
participate in one of the following location restriction programs and comply with its requirements as directed.
( EH ) 0) Curfew. You are restricted to your residence every day ( EH ) from _ to _, or (EH ) as
directed by the pretrial sendees office or supervising officer; or
(EH ) (ii) Home Detention. You are restricted to your residence at all times except for employment; education; religious services;
medical, substance abuse, or mental health treatment; attorney visits; court appearances; court-ordered obligations; or other
activities approved in advance by the pretrial sendees office or supervising officer; or
(EH ) (iii) Home Incarceration. You are restricted to 24-hour-a-day lock-down at your residence except for medical necessities and
court appearances or other activities specifically approved by the court.
<□) (q) submit to location monitoring as directed by the pretrial services office or superv ising officer and comply with all of the program
requirements and instructions provided.
<□ ) You must pay all or part of the cost of the program based on your ability to pay as determined by the pretrial sendees office or
superv ising officer.
report as soon as possible, to the pretrial services office or superv ising officer, every contact with law enforcement personnel, including
arrests, questioning, or traffic stops. ^ « r \ \ ' I
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PINK- U.S. MARSHAL
GREEN- PRETRIAL SERVICES
AO I99C (Rev. 09/08) Advice of Penalties
ADVICE OF PENALTIES AND SANCTIONS
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TO THE DEFENDANT:
YOU ARE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING PENALTIES AND SANCTIONS:
Violating any of the foregoing conditions of release may result in the immediate issuance of a warrant for your arrest, a
revocation of your release, an order of detention, a forfeiture of any bond, and a prosecution for contempt of court and could result in
imprisonment, a fine, or both.
While on release, if you commit a federal felony offense the punishment is an additional prison term of not more than ten years
and for a federal misdemeanor offense the punishment is an additional prison term of not more than one year. This sentence will be
consecutive in addition to) to any other sentence you receive.
It is a crime punishable by up to ten years in prison, and a $250,000 fine, or both, to: obstruct a criminal investigation;
tamper with a witness, victim, or informant; retaliate or attempt to retaliate against a witness, victim, or informant; or intimidate or
attempt to intimidate a witness, victim, juror, informant, or officer of the court. The penalties for tampering, retaliation, or
intimidation are significantly more serious if they involve a killing or attempted killing.
If, after release, you knowingly fail to appear as the conditions of release require, or to surrender to serve a sentence,
you may be prosecuted for failing to appear or surrender and additional punishment may be imposed. If you are convicted of:
(1) an offense punishable by death, life imprisonment, or imprisonment for a term of fifteen years or more - you will be fined
not more than $250,000 or imprisoned for not more than 10 years, or both;
(2) an offense punishable by imprisonment for a term of five years or more, but less than fifteen years - you will be fined not
more than $250,000 or imprisoned for not more than five years, or both;
(3) any other felony - you will be fined not more than $250,000 or imprisoned not more than two years, or both;
(4) a misdemeanor - you will be fined not more than $100,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
A term of imprisonment imposed for failure to appear or surrender will be consecutive to any other sentence you receive. In
addition, a failure to appear or surrender may result in the forfeiture of any bond posted.
Acknowledgment of the Defendant
I acknowledge that I am the defendant in this case and that I am aware of the conditions of release. I promise to obey all
conditions of release, to appear as directed, and surrender to serve any sentence imposed. I am aware of the penalties and sanctions
set forth above.
Directions to the United States Marshal
The defendant is ORDERED released after processing.
The United States marshal is ORDERED to keep the defendant in custody until notified by the clerk or judge that the
defendant has posted bond and/or complied with all other conditions / £oi^ release. II still in custody, the defendant must be
produced before the appropriate judge at the time an<
a Carroll Buchanan
United States Magistrate Judge
Judicial Officer's Signature
Printed name and title
DEFENDANT PRETRIAL SERVICE
U.S. ATTORNEY U.S. MARSHAL