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United States v. Thompson

United States District Court, N.D. Mississippi

February 3, 2017

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
Timothy Terrell Thompson Timmle Thompson

          Felicia C. Adams United States Attorney

          Gregory S. Park Assistant Federal Public Defender Attorney for Defendant

          By: Susan Spears Bradley Assistant United States Attorney

          AGREED ORDER TO REVOKE SUPERVISED RELEASE/PROBATION

          Sharion Aycock Chief United States District Judge

         Upon petition of the U.S. Probation Service, joined herein by the United States and the defendant, to revoke the probation of defendant Timothy Terrell Thompson and for good cause shown therein, and also based on agreement of the parties as set forth herein:

         AGREEMENT OF UNITED STATES AND DEFENDANT

         The defendant agrees and stipulates he has violated the terms and conditions of his supervised release; specifically, the defendant confesses he has violated the following conditions) of supervised release:

SP2; Dismas Charities rule violation by being in possession of a smartphone. C
SPI; Use of a controlled substance, specifically marijuana. C
MC3; Possession of a controlled substance. C
SP2: Failure to complete the Residential Reentry Program. C

          The parties stipulate, pursuant to Chapter 7 Policy Statements, U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, the defendant's violation is a maximum Grade C and the defendant has a Criminal History Category of III.

         The parties stipulate, based on U.S.S.G. § 7B1.4, a Grade C violation and a Criminal History Category of IH, calls for a range of incarceration from 5 to 11 months.

         The parties agree, pursuant to Rules 11(c)(1)(C) and 32.1, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the Court should order the defendant to be incarcerated for a period of Time Served. NDMS (Rev. 2/14) Agreed Order If the Court rejects this sentencing agreement, the defendant has the right to withdraw from ...


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