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05-877 - USA v. Hudson


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05-877 - USA v. Hudson
January 27, 2006
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ORDER as to Gerard Hudson, endorsed on letter dated 1/23/06 from Neil B. Checkman to Judge Gleeson, application granted. (Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on 1/25/06) (Piper, Francine)
February 23, 2006
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ORDER as to Gerard Hudson, endorsed on letter dated 2/13/06 from Neil Checkman to Judge Gleeson, granting the request for dft Hudson to travel to Borough Hall on 2/17/06. (Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on 2/15/06) (Piper, Francine)
March 15, 2006
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ORDER as to Gerard Hudson, endorsed on letter dated 3/1/06 from Neil Checkman to Judge Gleeson, request for permission for dft to leave his home on 3/18/06 at 2:30 and return at 9:30 p.m. is granted. (Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on 3/3/06) (Piper, Francine)
April 5, 2006
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JUDGMENT as to Gerard Hudson (1), Count(s) 1, 57 months imprisonment. The deft. shall surrender for service of sentence at the institution desiganted by the Bureau of Prisons 12:00 noon 5/26/06. As notified by the United States Marshal. 4 years supervised release. Special assessment $100.00 due immediately. Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on 3/31/06. (Greene, Donna)
April 12, 2006
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ORDER as to Gerard Hudson, endorsed on letter dated 4/6/06 from Neil Checkman to Judge Gleeson, request to permit dft, upon twenty four hours notice to pretrial services, to leave his residence for the purpose of spending time with his children and step-children is granted. (Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on 4/7/06) (Piper, Francine)
September 5, 2008
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ORDER as to Gerard Hudson: On February 29, 2008, I issued an amended judgment reducing Hudson's sentence to 46 months. This memorandum sets forth the reasons for that decision. Please see attached memorandum. Ordered by Judge John Gleeson on September 5, 2008. (Gleeson, John)