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United States v. Doe

July 13, 2010

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JOHN DOE, RAUL ERNEST ALONSO-PRIETO SOCIAL SECURITY NO. 1961



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Margaret M. Morrow United States District Judge

JUDGMENT AND PROBATION/COMMITMENT ORDER

MONTH DAY YEAR

In the presence of the attorney for the government, the defendant appeared in person on this date. 06 28 2010

X WITH COUNSEL DFPD SYLVIA TORRES-GUILLEN

(Name of Counsel)

X GUILTY, and the court being satisfied that there is a factual basis for the plea.

NOLO CONTENDERE NOT GUILTY

There being a finding/verdict of GUILTY, defendant has been convicted as charged of the offense(s) of:

Count 6: Mail Fraud (18 U.S.C. §1341, 2(b)). Class C Felony

Count 13: Aggravated Identity Theft (18) U.S.C. §1028A(a)(1)). Class E Felony

The Court asked whether there was any reason why judgment should not be pronounced. Because no sufficient cause to the contrary was shown, or appeared to the Court, the Court adjudged the defendant guilty as charged and convicted and ordered that:

Pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, it is the judgment of the Court that the defendant is hereby committed to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons to be imprisoned for a term of:

It is ordered that the defendant shall pay to the United States a special assessment of $200, which is due immediately.

It is ordered that the defendant shall pay restitution in the total amount of $7,300 pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3663A.

Defendant shall pay restitution in the total amount $7,300 to victims as set forth in a separate victim list prepared by the probation office which this Court adopts and which reflects the Court's determination of the amount of restitution due to each victim. The victim list, which shall be forwarded to the fiscal section of the clerk's office, shall remain confidential to protect the privacy interests of the victims.

Restitution shall be due during the period of imprisonment, at the rate of not less than $25 per quarter, and pursuant to the Bureau of Prisons' Inmate Financial Responsibility Program. If any amount of the restitution remains unpaid after release from custody, nominal monthly payments of at least $25 shall be made during the period of supervised release. These payments shall begin 30 days after the commencement of supervision. Nominal restitution payments are ordered as the court finds that the defendant's economic circumstances do not allow for either immediate or future payment of the amount ordered.

If the defendant makes a partial payment, each payee shall receive approximately proportional payment unless another priority order or percentage payment is specified in this judgment.

Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3612(f)(3)(A), interest on the restitution ordered is waived because the defendant does not have the ability to pay interest. Payments may be subject to penalties for default and delinquency pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3612(g).

The defendant shall comply with General Order No. 01-05.

All fines are waived as it is found that the defendant does not have the ability to pay a fine in addition to restitution.

Pursuant to the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, it is the judgment of the Court that the defendant, John Doe, is hereby committed on counts six and 13 of the indictment to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for a term of 61 months. This term consists of 37 months on count six, and 24 months on count 13, to be served consecutively.

Upon release from imprisonment, the defendant shall be placed on supervised release for a term of three years. This term consists of three years on count six and one year on count 13, all such terms to run ...


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