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McCarthy Deferred Prosecution

McCarthy Deferred Prosecution

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McCarthy Deferred Prosecution
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J U S D C S ~ N Y
"DOCUMENT
ELECTRONICALLY
FILED. 
DOC#: 
DATE
F I : - : - : ' E ~ D ~ : ~ - + - - + - - 3 -
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK PROVISIONAL RELEASE OF AN OFFENDER DEFERRED PROSECUTIONTo: Brian McCarthy United States District CourtDocket No.
11
Cr. 900 (TPG)On October 21, 2011, a two count Indictment was filed in the United States District Courtfor the Southern District
of
New York, in which you are accused
of
committing certain offensesagainst the United States, to wit, conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement, in violation
of
Title
18,
United States Code, Section 371, and criminal copyright infringement, in violation
of
Title
17,
United States Code, Section 506(a)(l) and Title 18, United States Code, Sections 2319 and
2.
However, after a thorough investigation, it has been determined that the interest
of
the UnitedStates and your own interest will best be served by deferring prosecution in this District. Prosecutionwill be deferred during the term
of
your good behavior and satisfactory compliance with the terms
of
this agreement for the period
of
six (6) months from the signing
ofthis
agreement. The term andconditions constituting your good behavior and satisfactory compliance are as follows:
(1) 
You shall refrain from violation
of
any law (federal, state and local). You shallimmediately contact your U.S. Pretrial Services Officer
if
arrested or questioned bya law-enforcement officer.(2) You shall not associate with any persons engaged in criminal activity and shall notassociate with any person convicted
of
a felony, unless granted permission to do soby your U.S. Pretrial Services Officer.
(3
) You shall seek and or maintain lawful, verifiable employment and/or regularly attendschool and support your legal dependents,
if
any, to the best
of
your ability. Whenout
of
work or not attending school you shall notify your supervising U.S. PretrialServices Officer at once. You shall consult him or her prior to
job
and schoolchanges.(4) You shall not leave the Southern District
of
Texas without permission
of
yoursupervising U.S. Pretrial Services Officer, except for travel to the Southern orEastern Districts
of
New York for any court appearances.(5) You shall continue to reside in the Southern District
of
Texas. You shall seekapproval from your supervising U.S. Pretrial Services Officer prior to any change inyour place
of
residence.
Case 1:11-cr-00900-TPG Document 23 Filed 02/11/13 Page 1 of 3
 
(6) You shall follow your supervising
u.s.
Pretrial Services Officer's instructions andadvice.(7) You shall report to your supervising U.S. Pretrial Services Officer as directed.(8) You shall not engage
in
the dissemination
of
any copyrighted sports-related mediaover the Internet, unless authorized to do so by the relevant copyright holder(s).(9) You shall continue mental health therapy as directed by your U.S. Pretrial ServicesOfficer.As a further condition you hereby consent to permit disclosure to the supervising PretrialServices Officer, consistent with Section 408
of
Public Law 92-255
of
New
York State andregulations issued pursuant thereto,
of
such medical and treatment records as may be relevant todeferral
of
prosecution in this case.Special conditions are as follows:The United States Attorney may at any time revoke
or
modify any condition
of
thisprovisional release or change the period
of
such supervision. The United States Attorney maydischarge you from supervision at any time. The United States Attorney may at any time proceedwith the prosecution for this offense should such action be deemed advisable.You shall forfeit to the United States, pursuant to Title 18, United States Code, Sections
981
and 2323, Title21, United States Code, Section 853, and Title 28, United States Code, Section 2461,$351,033.54in United States currency, representing the proceeds that you personally obtained as aresult
of
the offenses alleged in Counts One and Two
of
the Indictment.
Ifupon
completion
of
your supervision a written report from your supervising U.S. PretrialServices Officer is received to the effect that you have complied with all the rules, regulations andconditions and special conditions,
if
any, above mentioned, no further prosecution will be institutedin this District for the above offense.Dated: New York,
New
YorkFebruary
_11_,
2013PREET BHARARAUnited States Attorney
By:
Christophe D. FreyAssistant United States Attorney
1093
2
Case 1:11-cr-00900-TPG Document 23 Filed 02/11/13 Page 2 of 3

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