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16-107 - USA v. HUSKISSON et al

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16-107 - USA v. HUSKISSON et al
February 29, 2016
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MINUTE ORDER for proceedings held before Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson: The Court held a hearing on the Government's motion on February 25, 2016. Mr. Huskisson was present in person and by counsel John Tompkins. The Government was present by counsel Brad Blackington, and by Drug Enforcement Agency ("DEA") Special Agent Michael Cline. Jamie Roberts of the United States Probation Office was also present. The Court finds that Mr. Huskisson has not presented adequate evidence to rebut the presumption of detention when a crime of this nature is involved. The Government has established by clear and convincing evidence that there would be a danger to the community if Mr. Huskisson were released pending trial, and that there are no conditions of release that would prevent that danger. Accordingly, the Court GRANTS the Government's Motion for Reconsideration of Release Order, [Filing No. 22], REVERSES the decision of the Magistrate Judge, and ORDERS that Mr. Huskisson be remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal pending his trial. (SEE ORDER FOR MORE DETAILS.) Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson. (Court Reporter Jean Knepley) (MRI)