USA v. Quinonez-Soto et al
Criminal

Middle District of Florida, flmd-8:2017-cr-00355-339530

ORDER granting 23 Motion to continue trial as to Reyandra Camorlinga (2) This case is continued, as to all Defendants, to the March 2018 TRIAL TERM, which commences March 5, 2018, with a more precise trial date to follow. Signed by Judge Mary S. Scriven on 9/6/2017. (JMF) (Additional attachment(s) added on 9/6/2017: # {{1}} Order)

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PageID 93 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA TAMPA DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. CASE NO: 8:17-cr-355-MSS-TGW BRIAN QUINONEZ-SOTO REYANDRA CAMORLINGA ORDER This cause comes before the Court for consideration on Defendant Reyandra Camorlinga's Unopposed Motion to Continue Trial and Pretrial Motions Deadline. (Dkt. 23) This matter is currently on the October 2017 trial term. The Defendant is requesting a continuance to the February 2018 trial term and a continuance of the pretrial motion deadline to January 10, 2018. The Defendant contends that pursuant to an agreement reached by the parties, due to voluminous discovery, the production of discovery will not take place until mid to late September 2017. Additionally, the Defendant requests additional time to investigate the matter and determine if pretrial motions are necessary. This is the Defendant's first request for a continuance. The Government does not oppose the relief sought. Although the Defendant is seeking a continuance of trial to the February 2018 trial term and a continuance of the pretrial motion deadline to January 10, 2018, the Court deems is necessary to continue the trial in this matter to the March 2018 trial term to allow the Court sufficient time to resolve any potential pretrial motions. PageID 94 Accordingly, it is ORDERED that this case is continued, as to all of the Defendants, to the March 2018 TRIAL TERM, which commences March 5, 2018, with a more precise trial date to follow. This continuance satisfies the ends of justice in accordance with the Speedy Trial Act of 1974 (18 U.S.C. §§ 3161-3165, et seq) and United States v. Zedner, 547 U.S. 489 (2006). Additionally, Defendant Reyandra Camorlingahas filed a written waiver of his right to Speedy Trial through March 31, 2018. (Dkt. 23-1) It is further ORDERED that the parties shall file a Joint Status Report on or before the fifteenth (15th) day of each month. Said report shall include the following information: 1. A brief summary of the status of the case, including the number of remaining defendants (including fugitives); 2. The possibility, if known, of a plea agreement as to each defendant; 3. The number of days for trial each side requires; 4. A list of all pending motions, the dates on which they were filed, and whether they are ripe for determination; and 5. A brief explanation as to whether a potential speedy trial problem exists and the date on which the speedy trial deadline expires. No Status Conference will be held unless deemed necessary by the Court. DONE and ORDERED in Tampa, Florida, this 6th day of September, 2017. PageID 95 Copies furnished to: Counsel of Record United States Marshal Service United States Probation Office United States Pretrial Office