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12-074 - USA v. Schneider

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12-074 - USA v. Schneider
January 11, 2016
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER as to Laurie Schneider IN RE: Letter from Laurie Schneider dated 11/20/2015 requesting an addendum to the Pre-sentence Report; Assuming, however, that the matter is appropriately before, me I decline defendant's invitation to, in effect, delete any information both she and her mother provided to the probation department detailing her noninvolvement in the excessive use of alcohol or drugs and to insert in its stead a completely different recitation on the subject. Defendant's sentence was imposed based on the information that was before me in November 2014 after both the prosecution and defense were fully heard and the Court had an opportunity to inquire as it deemed appropriate. My involvement as to that aspect of the case ended at that point. If, in fact, defendant is addicted to drugs and alcohol, she is commended for taking remedial measures. But simply alleging well after the fact that she lied to probation and presumably, to her own attorney in 2014, is not found to be a viable basis to rewrite the PSR in the manner requested. For the reasons indicated, defendant's motion is denied.. Ordered by Judge Denis R. Hurley on 1/11/2016. (Lundy, Lisa)