JUDGMENT AND PROBATION/COMMITMENT ORDER
In the presence of the attorney for the government, the defendant appeared in person on this Nov. 19 2012
Humberto Diaz, DFPD (Name of Counsel)
GUILTY, and the court being satisfied that there is a factual basis for the plea.
NOLO CONTENDERE NOT GUILTY X
There being a finding/verdict of GUILTY, defendant has been convicted as charged of the offense(s) of:
Illegal Alien Found in the United States Following Deportation in violation of 8 U.S.C. § 1326 (a) as charged in the Single Count Information.
The Court asked whether defendant had anything to say 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, Manuel Serapio Quevedo, is hereby committed on Single Count Information to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons to be imprisoned for a term of thirty
(30) months. Upon release from imprisonment defendant shall be placed on supervised release for a term of three (3) years under the following terms and conditions:
The defendant shall comply with the rules and regulations of the U. S. Probation Office and General Order 05-02 , including, but not limited to, the condition that defendant shall not commit another federal, state or local crime;
The defendant shall refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance. As directed by the Probation Officer, the defendant shall submit to one drug test within 15 days of release from imprisonment. Thereafter, defendant shall also submit to periodic drug testing as directed by the Probation officer, not to exceed eight drug tests per month;
The defendant shall comply with the immigration rules and regulations of the United States, and when deported from this country , either voluntarily or involuntarily, not re-enter the United States illegally. The defendant is not required to report to the Probation Office while residing outside of the United States; however, within 72 hours of release from any custody or any re-entry to the United States during the period of Court-ordered supervision, the defendant shall report for instructions to the U.S. Probation Office located at the United States Courthouse, 312 North Spring Street, Suite 600, Los Angeles, California 90012.
The defendant shall not obtain or possess any driver's license, Social Security number, birth certificate, passport, or any other form of identification in any name, other than the defendant's true legal name, without the prior written approval of the Probation officer; nor shall the defendant use, for any purpose or in any manner, any name other than his true legal name.
The defendant shall cooperate in the collection of a DNA sample from himself.
The Court recommends the defendant to be housed in Southern California.
Pursuant to Section 5E1.2 (e) of the Guidelines, all fines are waived as it is found that the defendant does not have the ability to pay a fine.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: It is further ordered defendant shall pay to the United States a special assessment fee of $100, which is due immediately. Any unpaid balance shall be paid at $25.00 per quarter, and pursuant to the Bureau of Prisons' Inmate Financial Responsibility Program.
Having carefully considered Section 5D1.1(c) of the Guidelines, the Court nonetheless finds that supervised release is appropriate in this case, because the duration, terms and conditions of supervised release ordered herein are reasonably related to the history and characteristics of the defendant, the need for the sentence imposed to afford adequate deterrence to criminal conduct, and the need to protect the public from further crimes of the defendant. The Court also finds that the duration, terms and conditions of supervised release ordered herein involve no greater deprivation of liberty than is reasonably necessary for the purposes set forth above, and are consistent with any pertinent policy statements issued by the Sentencing Commission.
The Court considers the entire sentence as stated to be reasonable given consideration of the factors set forth in 18 U.S.C. Section 3553, including: under factor (a)(1), the defendant's history of committing a crime in the United States and then returning ...