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03-111 - USA v. Lincoln
November 16, 2011
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ORDER Regarding Final Decision on Reduction of Sentence i/c/w Crack Cocaine Amendment as to Defendant Richard Lincoln: This matter comes before the court on its own motion. The defendant's previously imposed 324 month term of imprisonment, as reflected in the judgment dated 7/29/04, is reduced to 210 months imprisonment. The defendant's new 210 month term of imprisonment applies to Count 1 and Count 2 of the Indictment. Except as provided above, all provisions of the judgment dated 7/29/04 remain in effect. The duration and conditions of the defendant's supervised release remain unchanged. The clerk's office is directed to send and fax a copy of this order to the Bureau of Prisons, that is, the place where the defendant, USM No. 09169-029, is currently incarcerated. The clerk's office is also directed to send a copy of this order to the office of the Federal Public Defender and the office of the United States Probation. (Copy w/NEF to Def at FCI Pekin, Pekin, IL via US Mail; FCI Pekin, Pekin, IL via US Mail and fax; USP; FPD). Signed by Chief Judge Linda R Reade on 11/16/2011. (skm)
April 8, 2015
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ORDER Granting Sentence Reduction - USSC Amendment as to Defendant Richard Lincoln. This matter comes before the court on its own motion under 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c)(2). Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c)(2) and USSG §1B1.10, the court concludes that a sentence reduction is justified. The defendant's previously imposed terms of imprisonment, that is, 324 month term of imprisonment on count 1 and 240 month term of imprisonment on count 2, as reflected in the judgment dated 07/29/04, are reduced to 168 months imprisonment. In the event that the defendant already served 168 months imprisonment as of 11/02/15, the defendant's sentence is reduced to time served as of 11/02/15. The defendant's new sentence of 168 months imprisonment applies to count 1 and count 2 of the indictment. Except as provided above, all provisions of the judgment dated 07/29/04 remain in effect. The duration and conditions of the defendant's supervised release remain unchanged. This order will take effect on 11/02/15. The clerk's office is directed to send and fax or email a copy of this order to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, that is, the place where the defendant, USM No. 09169-029, is currently incarcerated. The clerk's office is also directed to send a copy of this order to the defendant, the office of the Federal Public Defender, the office of the United States Attorney and the office of United States Probation. Signed by Chief Judge Linda R Reade on 4/8/2015. (NEF/order mailed to Defendant and Warden at FCI Pekin; emailed to FCI Pekin) (pac)
January 6, 2017
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REVOCATION Judgment as to Defendant Richard Lincoln: 6 months imprisonment. 3 years supervised release. Signed by Chief Judge Linda R Reade on 1/5/2017. (skm)