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In re Saelee

March 25, 2009

RE: MOUANG SAELEE


The opinion of the court was delivered by: Honorable John A. Mendez United States District Judge

MEMORANDUM

RELEASE OF PASSPORT

Your Honor:

On March 8, 2007, the Honorable David F. Levi sentenced the above noted offender following her plea of guilty to a violation of 18 USC 1955(a) - Conducting an Illegal Gambling Business. She was sentenced to the 24 months probation. Special conditions of supervised release included: Search and seizure; Financial disclosure; and Home detention for 180 consecutive days.

Ms. Saelee was under the supervision of the United States Pretrial Services from August 17, 2006, to a self-surrender date of March 8, 2007. As a condition of pretrial release, Ms. Saelee was ordered to forfeit her passport to the clerk's office. Ms. Saelee is requesting her passport be returned but the United States District Court Clerk's Office will not return the passport without authorization from the sentencing judge.

Therefore, we are recommending that Your Honor agree to have the United States District Court Clerk's Office release Ms. Saelee's passport to her.

Respectfully submitted,

GLENN P. SIMON United States Probation Officer

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