The opinion of the court was delivered by: John A. Mendez U.S. District Judge
APPLICATION FOR JAIL CUSTODY RECORDS AND DECLARATION OF COUNSEL
Defendant Jayson Ottis, through counsel John Balazs, hereby applies for an order that the Sacramento and Placer County Sheriff's Departments provide copies of records showing the dates that Mr. Ottis was in custody at the Sacramento County and Placer County jails during 2006 and 2007 for the reasons set forth below.
BACKGROUND AND APPLICATION
On January 9, 2007, defendant Ottis was sentenced by U.S. District Judge David F. Levi to 18 months prison in the above-captioned case. At the time of his plea and sentence, Mr. Ottis was detained at the Sacramento County jail, after being brought over from Placer County jail on a writ of habeas corpus ad prosequendum. After sentencing, he was returned to Placer County jail to face his state court charges there.
It appears that Mr. Ottis has not received any pretrial custody credits for the time he spent at the Sacramento County jail on either his state or federal sentences. Mr. Ottis currently has an administrative appeal pending challenging the denial of these custody credits. The Bureau of Prisons has requested records of the dates Mr. Ottis spent in custody at the Placer County and Sacramento County jails with respect to his administrative appeal. Counsel has tried but has been unable to obtain such records without a subpoena or court order. Mr. Ottis, through counsel, thus applies for an order that the Placer County and Sacramento County Sheriffs' Departments provide counsel records of the dates Mr. Ottis spent in custody at the Sacramento and Placer county jails in 2006-2008.
JOHN BALAZS Attorney for Defendant JAYSON OTTIS
1. I am an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California and have been retained by defendant Jayson Ottis with respect to the denial of pretrial custody credits. Mr. Ottis, Reg. No. 16256-097, is currently serving his 18 month federal sentence imposed in U.S. v. Ottis, No. 06-00097-DFL, at MDC Los Angeles.
2. Mr. Ottis has submitted an administrative appeal challenging the denial of pretrial custody credits for the time which he was in custody at the Sacramento County jail, after being brought over on a writ of habeas corpus ad prosequendum from Placer County authorities.
3. The Bureau of Prisons staff requires Placer and Sacramento County jail records for the dates Mr. Ottis spent in custody at those jails with respect to his administrative appeal. Counsel has sought but has been unable to obtain such records without a subpoena or court order.
I declare under the penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this ...