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In re Mathis

June 14, 2010

OFFENDER NAME: TADARIS MATHIS


The opinion of the court was delivered by: Morrison C. England, Jr. United States District Judge

REPORT OF OFFENDER NON-COMPLIANCE

Offender Address: Rancho Cordova, California

Judicial Officer: Honorable Morrison C. England, Jr. United States District Judge Sacramento, California Original Sentence Date: 05/16/2006 Original Offense: 18 USC 922(g)(1) - Felon in Possession of a Firearm

(CLASS C FELONY)

Original Sentence: 57 Months custody Bureau of Prisons; 3 years Supervised Release; $100 special assessment.

Special Conditions: Warrantless search; Substance abuse testing, treatment, and services co-payment; Cellular telephone restrictions; Collection of DNA.

Type of Supervision: Supervised Release Supervision Commenced: 12/24/2009 Assistant U.S. Attorney: Jason S. Hitt Telephone: 916-554-2700 Defense Attorney: Linda C. Harter Telephone: 916-498-5700

Chief Assistant Federal Defender Other Court Action: None

NON-COMPLIANCE SUMMARY

The purpose of this report is to advise the Court of an alleged violation of the terms of supervision. The Probation Officer has developed a plan to dispose of the alleged non-compliance with action less than revocation, and the Court is requested to approve the plan to address the non-compliance.

1. ILLICIT DRUG USE (MARCH 28, 2010) - COCAINE

Details of alleged non-compliance: On March 28, 2010, the releasee submitted a urine sample which tested positive for cocaine. When confronted with the results of this test, the releasee stated he was at a bar when someone offered him cocaine, so he used it.

United States Probation Officer Plan/Justification: Upon release from custody the releasee declined substance abuse counseling services. This was appropriate at the time since the releasee was a graduate of the Bureau of Prisons 500-hour treatment program. Because the releasee relapsed, he was immediately referred to the federal offenders substance abuse group counseling program. He has actively participated in group counseling and has not tested positive for any illegal substances since the ...


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