IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
May 18, 2010
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
SHANEMA MCQUEEN, DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: John A. Mendez United States District Court Judge
APPLICATION FOR TRANSPORTATION; ORDER; ORDER FOR TRANSPORTATION 18 USC §4285
Defendant SHANEMA McQUEEN, by and through her attorney, Michael D. Long, hereby requests the court to order the United States Marshal to pay for her transportation from her home in South Carolina to Sacramento, California.
In case 10-97 JAM, defendant SHANEMA McQUEEN, flew from South Carolina to Sacramento to make her initial appearance before the magistrate on April 15, 2010. She borrowed money from friends and relatives to come up with enough money to make the cross-country flight.
She was unable to borrow enough money to fly to Sacramento for our May 4, 2010, initial appearance in District Court. Thus far, Ms. McQueen as been unable to borrow enough money to purchase a round-trip airline ticket to enable her attend our next scheduled court appearance on June 8, 2010.
Application is hereby made for an Order for Transportation and subsistence allowance for defendant SHANEMA McQUEEN to travel round-trip from her home in South Carolina, to Sacramento, California for the purpose of meeting with undersigned counsel and attending the June 8, 2010, status conference. Counsel is requesting that Ms. McQueen fly to Sacramento on June 7, 2010. Counsel requests that she fly back to South Carolina on the evening of June 8 or the morning of June 9, 2010, depending on available flights.
ORDER FOR TRANSPORTATION AND SUBSISTENCE 18 USC §4285
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the United States Marshal pay for round-trip transportation for defendant SHANEMA McQUEEN from South Carolina, to Sacramento, California, and provide her with subsistence while in Sacramento, for the purpose of attending the June 8, 2010, status conference.
Ms. McQueen is indigent and financially unable pay for travel to Sacramento, California and return to South Carolina. This order is authorized pursuant to 18 U.S.C. §4285.
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