United States District Court, E.D. California
February 25, 2014
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
ANH NGUYEN, Defendant.
MICHAEL D. LONG Sacramento, CA Attorney for Mr. Nguyen
BENJAMIN WAGNER, United States Attorney. MICHAEL ANDERSON Assistant U.S. Attorney
STIPULATION AND ORDER TO TERMINATE PRE-TRIAL RELEASE SUPERVISION
KIMBERLY J. MUELLER, Judge.
TO: BENJAMIN WAGNER, U.S. Attorney, TODD LERAS, Asst. U.S. Attorney:
Defendant ANH NGUYEN, by and through his attorney, Michael D. Long, and the Government, by and through its attorney, Michael Anderson, stipulate as follows:
Darryl Walker, the Sacramento pre-trial services officer for Anh Nguyen, has informed undersigned counsel that his Central District counterparts have determined that Anh Nguyen no longer needs to be monitored by pre-trial services due to special circumstances related to the debilitating stroke he suffered in July of 2013. AUSA Anderson and defense counsel agree that terminating supervision is appropriate. We stipulate that the court may modify the conditions of Mr. Nguyen's release to delete any monitoring by pre-trial services.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the pre-trial release conditions for defendant Anh Nguyen are modified in the following manner:
Anh Nguyen is no longer subject to supervision by pre-trial services as a condition of his release.