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Boyland Plea Document

Boyland Plea Document

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UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURTEASTERN DISTRICT
OF
NEW
YORK
UNITED
STATES
OF
AMERICAAPPLICATION
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BROOKLYN OFFICE
ORDER
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EXCLUDABLE
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The United States
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America and the defendant hereby jointly request that the time period from
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the time period within which( ) an information or indictment must be filed, or (XW)
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trial
of
the charges against defendant must commence. (XC)The parties seek the exclusion
of
the foregoing period becausethey are engaged in plea negotiations, which they believe are likely to result in a disposition
of
thiscase without trial, and they require an exclusion
of
ime in order to focus efforts on plea negotiations without the riskthat they would not, despite their diligence, have reasonable time for effective preparation for
trial,
('}() they need additional time to prepare for trial due
to
the complexity
of
case,
( )
The defendant states that he/she has been fully advised by counsel
of
his/her rights guaranteed under theSixth Amendment to the Constitution; the Speedy Trial Act
of
1974,
18
U.S.C. §§ 3161-74; the plan and rules
of
this Court adopted pursuant to that Act; and Rule 50(b)
of
he Federal Rules
of
Criminal Procedure. The defendantunderstands that he/she has a ri t to be tried before a
jury
within a specified time not counting periods excluded.For U.S. Attorney, E.D.N.Y.The joint application
of
he United
S!tes 9f
America and the defen ant having been heard at a proceedingon the date below, the time period from
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excluded in computingthe time within which ( ) an information or indictment must be filed
or~
must commence. The Court fmdsthat this exclusion
of
time serves the ends
of
ustice and outweigh the interests
of
the public and the defendant in aspeedy trial for easons discussed on the record and because( given the reasonable likelihood that ongoing plea negotiations will result in a disposition
of
this casewithout trial, the exclusion
oftime
will allow all counsel to focus their efforts on plea negotiations without the riskthat they would be denied the reasonable time necessary for effective preparation for trial, taking into account the
exercise
of
due diligence.
( )
__________________________________________
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SO ORDERED.
Dated: Brooklyn, N. Y
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:?united
States Magistrate Judge
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Case 1:11-cr-00850-SLT Document 13 Filed 01/04/12 Page 1 of 2 PageID #: 123

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