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04-462 - USA v. Wade


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04-462 - USA v. Wade
May 3, 2006
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JUDGMENT as to Sherman R. Wade. Defendant plead guilty to Counts I, V, and VI of the Indictment and is sentenced to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for 120 months on Count I, 84 months on Count V, and 300 months on Count VI to run consecutively; Supervised Release with special conditions of 3 years on Count I, 5 years on Counts V, VI to run concurrently; $300.00 Special Assessment due immediately; $78,403.09 to be paid jointly and severally with Brandon Prayer (8:04CR440). Counts II, III and IV are dismissed on the motion of the government. Criminal Case Terminated as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 5/3/2006. - (4 cc to USM)(KBJ)
May 11, 2006
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AMENDED JUDGMENT for correction of sentence for a clerical mistake (Fed. r. Crim. P. 36), as to Sherman R. Wade (1). Defendant plead guilty to Counts I, V, and VI of the Indictment and is sentenced to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for 120 months on Count I, 84 months on Count V, and 300 months on Count VI to run consecutively; Supervised Release with special conditions of 3 years on Count I, 5 years on Counts V and VI; the terms of supervised release shall run concurrently; $300.00 Special Assessment ; $78,409.09 restitution, to be paid jointly and severally with: Brandon Prayer Case No. 8:04CR440. Counts II, III and IV are dismissed on the motion of the government, as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 5/11/2006. 4 certified copies USM. (JAE, )
June 12, 2006
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ORDER permitting defendant to proceed on appeal in forma pauperis regarding Notice of Appeal to USCA 45 as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 6/12/2006. (KBJ)
September 12, 2007
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ORDER - A Rule 35 hearing is scheduled before the undersigned on October 12, 2007 at 2:30 p.m., in Courtroom No. 3, Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, 111 South 18th Plaza, Omaha, Nebraska. Counsel for the defendant, if previously appointed pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act, is reappointed to represent the defendant for purposes of the Rule 35(b) motion. If retained, counsel for the defendant remains as counsel for the defendant until the Rule 35(b) motion is resolved or until given leave to withdraw. The Marshal is directed to return the defendant to the district for this hearing. The Clerk of the Court shall electronically serve a copy of this order to counsel for the government, counsel for the defendant, and the Federal Public Defender as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Ordered by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon.(TJS)
October 22, 2007
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AMENDED JUDGMENT (Reduction of Sentence) as to Sherman R. Wade. Defendant plead guilty to Counts I, V, and VI of the Indictment and is sentenced to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for 120 months on Count I, 84 months on Count V, and 36 months on Count VI pursuant to 18 USC 924(c)(1)(D)(ii) the terms of imprisonment shall run consecutively; and shall be given credit for time served and shall serve his time concurrent to the sentence imposed by the State of Nebraska. The Nebraska Department of Corrections is designated as a facility in which the defendant may serve this sentence. Supervised Release with special conditions of 5 years. $300.00 Special Assessment due and payable immediately; $78,409.09 restitution to be paid jointly and severally with Brandon Prayer (8:04cr440). Counts II, III and IV are dismissed on the motion of the government as to this defendant only as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Ordered by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon. (4 Certified copies to USM)(KBJ) Modified on 10/22/2007 to add text regarding the "joint and several"(KBJ).
September 15, 2008
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ORDER TO WITHDRAW EXHIBITS as to defendant Sherman R. Wade. Ordered by Chief Judge Joseph F. Bataillon. (TJS)