United States District Court, E.D. Washington
ORDER FOLLOWING DETENTION REVIEW HEARING MOTIONS
GRANTED (ECF NOS. 43, 44)
T. RODGERS, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.
Defendant's January 6, 2020, detention review hearing,
Defendant was present, out of custody, and appeared pro se.
Attorney Stephen Hormel was unavailable due to an emergency
illness. Assistant U.S. Attorney Caitlin Baunsgard appeared
for the United States. United States probation officer Erik
Carlson was also present.
Court has reviewed Defendant's Expedited Motion to Modify
Conditions of Release, ECF No. 43, and the
Amended Expedited Motion to Modify Conditions of Release,
ECF No. 44.
United States did not oppose release of Defendant.
IT IS ORDERED Defendant's motions,
ECF Nos. 43, 44, are
GRANTED. Defendant shall be released subject
to the following conditions:
CONDITIONS OF RELEASE
shall not commit any offense in violation of federal, state
or local law. Defendant shall advise the supervising Pretrial
Services Officer and defense counsel within one business day
of any charge, arrest, or contact with law enforcement.
Defendant shall not work for the United States government or
any federal or state law enforcement agency, unless Defendant
first notifies the supervising Pretrial Services Officer in
the captioned matter.
Defendant shall immediately advise the court, defense counsel
and the U.S. Attorney in writing before any change in address
and telephone number.
Defendant shall appear at all proceedings as required and
shall surrender for service of any sentence imposed as
Defendant shall sign and complete A.O. Form 199C before being
released and shall reside at the address furnished.
Defendant shall not possess a firearm, destructive device or
other dangerous weapon.
Defendant shall report to the United States Probation Office
before or immediately after release and shall report as often
as they direct, at such times and in such manner as they
Defendant shall contact defense counsel at least once a week.
Defendant is further advised, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. §
922(n), it is unlawful for any person who is under indictment
for a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding
one year, to possess, ship or transport in interstate or
foreign commerce any firearm or ammunition or receive any