United States of America v. Knight
Criminal

District of Columbia, dcd-1:2001-cr-00016-11790

ORDER as to MELVIN T. KNIGHT adopting {{63}} Magistrate Judge Alan Kay's recommendation regarding Consent Motion to Modify Probation/Supervised Release. The magistrate judge having recommended that the conditions of the defendant's supervise d release/probation be modified and there being no objection thereto, it is ORDERED that the recommendation of the magistrate judge is accepted and the defendant shall complete 20 hours of community service. Signed by Judge Paul L. Friedman on 9/17/2010.

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CONSENT FOR MODIFICATION OF SUPERVISED RELEASE/PROBATION UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the FILED District of Columbia SEP 17 2010 Clerk. U.S. District & Bankruptcy Courts for the District of Columbia UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. 01-CR-00016-01 Criminal No. Melvin T. Knight Defendant CONSENT TO MODIFY PROBATION/SUPERVISED RELEASE The parties agree the defendant's conditions of supervised release/probation should be modified and being no objection thereto, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT the defendant's conditions of supervised release/probation are modified as follows: (state modification, e.g. that he spend 60 days of his term in an inpatient treatment facility). Complete 20 hours of community service Dated: Pugust 27.2o.o Ma Jan U.S. Magistrate lutytes Failure to file timely objections to the findings and recommendations set forth in this Képort may waive your right of appeal from an order of the District Court adopting such findings and recommendations. See Thomas v. Arn, 474 U.S. 140 (1985). The magistrate judge having recommended that the conditions of the defendant's supervised release/probation be modified and there being no objection thereto, IT IS ORDERED that the recommendation of the magistrate judge is accepted. Daed: 4/12/10 Dated: Cause I then U.S. District Judge