United States District Court, E.D. Washington
MICHAEL C. ORMSBY United States Attorney, Eastern District of
Washington Matthew F. Duggan Assistant United States Attorney
O. Rice Chief Judge United States District Judge.
United States of America, by and through Michael C. Ormsby,
United States Attorney for the Eastern District of
Washington, and Matthew F. Duggan, Assistant United States
Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, as well as
Defendant JANNEL PRICHA MARY ROBERTSON, and John Stephen
Roberts, Jr., counsel for Defendant JANNEL PRICHA MARY
ROBERTSON, agree to the following Pretrial Diversion
is alleged by an Indictment returned by the Grand Jury on
December 7, 2016, in Cause Number 2:16-CR-00163-TOR that
JANNEL PRICHA MARY ROBERTSON committed the following offense
against the United States in the Eastern District of
Washington: On or about September 28, 2016, JANEL PRICHA MARY
ROBERTSON, a citizen and national of Canada, who had
theretofore been denied admission, excluded, deported and
removed from the United States, on or about September 26,
2016, at Blaine, Washington, was found in the United States
in Okanagon County, in the Eastern District of Washington,
and she then did not have the express consent of the Attorney
General, or the Attorney General's successor, the
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (Title 6,
United States Code, Sections 101, 202(3) & (4), 402 and
557), to reapply for admission into the United States, all in
violation of 8 U.S.C. § 1326.
United States investigated Ms. Robertson's background, as
well as the offense circumstances and, in the interests of
justice, agrees to resolve this matter by pretrial diversion.
the authority from the Attorney General of the United States,
through Michael C. Ormsby, United States Attorney for the
Eastern District of Washington, prosecution in the Eastern
District of Washington for the offense alleged in the
Indictment shall be deferred for 12 months. This 12-month
period begins on the date this Agreement is signed by both
the parties and accepted by the Court.
Agreement is not intended-and shall not be construed-as a
liability admission by any party.
parties agree that the Court will maintain jurisdiction over
this matter and that the Court shall be the final arbiter on
1) whether a party breached this Agreement and, if so, 2) the
appropriate remedy, which may include either terminating the
Agreement or modifying its terms. A modification may include
extending the Agreement's 12-month period by an
additional twelve (12) months (for a maximum of 24 months).
PRICHA MARY ROBERTSON agrees to the following terms:
Supervision. Ms. Robertson agrees to be supervised by the
United States Probation Office during this 12-month period
(or longer, if the period is extended by the Court). Ms.
Robertson's supervision terms include the following:
a. Ms. Robertson shall not enter the United States absent the
express consent of the Attorney General, or the Attorney
General's successor, the Secretary of the Department of
b. Ms. Robertson shall not violate any federal, state, or
local law (this does not apply to civil infractions ...