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17-136 - USA v. Hazley


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17-136 - USA v. Hazley
January 5, 2018
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JUDGMENT as to Brandon Anthony Hazley (1), Count(s) 1, Remanded to the custody of the USBOP for a term of 60 months; The Court recommends that the defendant be accorded all allowable pre-sentence credit for time spent incarcerated fromAugust 16, 2017. The Court recommends that the defendant be incarcerated as close to his home in the Dayton, Ohio, area as possible consistent with his security status. If defendant's family relocates to the Atlanta, Georgia, area while he is incarcerated, the Court recommends that he be transferred to an institution as close to that area as possible consistent with his securitystatus. The Court recommends that the defendant receive any and all available Job Training and drug counseling. The Court recommends that the defendant be enrolled in a class for cognitive behavioral thinking/critical thinkingskills/moral reconation therapy. The Court recommends that the defendant receive a mental health assessment and, if deemed necessary, counseling.The Court recommends that the defendant study and sit for the GED examination. ; 5 Years Supervised Release with Special Conditions; $100.00 Special Assessment; $0 Fine If the defendant, while incarcerated.is working in a non-UNICOR or grade 5 UNICOR job, the defendant shall pay $25.00 per quarter toward defendant's monetary obligation. If working in a grade 1-4 UNICOR job, defendant shall pay 50% of defendant's monthly pay toward defendant's monetary obligation. Any change in this schedule shall be made only by order of this Court. After release from imprisonment.and within 60 days of the commencement of the term of supervised release.the probation officer shall recommend a revised payment plan to satisfy the balance. The defendant is remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal. Signed by Judge Walter H. Rice on 1/5/18. (kma)