UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
July 23, 2009
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STEVEN LEE PETERSON
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Garland E. Burrell, Jr. United States District Judge
RECOMMENDATION TERMINATING SUPERVISED RELEASE PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE
On March 28, 2003, the above-named was sentenced to 84 months custody in the Bureau of Prisons to be followed by a term of Supervised Release for a period of 96 months, which commenced on November 1, 2005, in the Northern District of California. Special conditions included: Warrantless search; Financial disclosure; Drug/alcohol treatment program/testing; Co-payment for treatment/testing; Abstain from alcohol and alcohol restrictions; and Register as a drug offender. On March 7, 2006, supervision was transferred to the District of Nevada. Since December, 2008, he has been supervised on a courtesy basis by the Southern District of California Probation Office.
SUMMARY OF COMPLIANCE
His last transfer back to California was to receive medical treatment at UCLA for cirrhosis of the liver and gallbladder complications, both of which are very serious medical issues. He has complied with all conditions and special conditions of Supervised Release, and has not been involved in any further criminal activities. It is the opinion of the probation officer that Mr. Peterson has derived maximum benefit from supervision and is not in need of continued supervision.
It is, therefore, respectfully recommended that Supervised Release in this case be terminated early.
AUSA Kenneth J. Melikian (Pursuant to Rule 32, notice of proposed relief to the supervisee is being provided. If no objection is received from you within 14 days, the probation officer's Recom m endation and Prob 35-Order Terminating Supervised Release Prior to Expiration Date, will be subm itted to the Court for approval.)
On November 1, 2005, the above-named was placed on Supervised Release for a period of 96 months in the Northern District of California. On March 7, 2006, supervision was transferred to the District of Nevada. Since December, 2008, he has been supervised on a courtesy basis in the Southern District of California. His transfer back to California was to receive medical treatment at UCLA for cirrhosis of the liver and gallbladder complications. He has complied with the rules and regulations of supervision. It is accordingly recommended that he be discharged from supervision.
ORDER OF COURT is ordered that the supervised releasee be discharged from Supervised Release, and that the proceedings in the case be terminated.
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