USA v. Stefanski
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF ALASKA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
JOHN P. STEFANSKI,
NOTICE OF HEARING
The above captioned case is presently set for trial by court for
October 18, 2011 at 9:30 AM before the undersigned magistrate judge. A pretrial
conference is hereby set for 9:30 AM on October 5, 2011 in U.S. District Court
Courtroom No. 6, 222 West Seventh Avenue, Anchorage Alaska. The defendant
must be present at the pretrial conference either in person of through a telephonic
appearance (arranged by his counsel) unless otherwise permitted by the court. The
defendant may be excused from attending the pretrial conference by providing his
attorney in advance of the hearing with written authorization for his attorney to
represent him at the hearing and a waiver of his presence.
The pretrial conference will be conducted in court on the record and
shall include arguments on pending motions, if any, foreseeable evidentiary issues,
and other matters which may usefully be addressed before the trial is conducted.
On or before the pretrial conference the parties shall prepare and
submit a statement of the essential elements of the two offenses alleged in the
Information. Federal Criminal Rule 12(b)(3)(A) provides that a motion alleging a
defect in instituting the prosecution must be made before trial. At the October 5
hearing the court will address the timing of any such motion including a motion
challenging the jurisdiction of the plaintiff to bring this prosecution.
A copy of this Order shall be served on counsel of record. The
government has agreed through the NPS to provide a copy of this Order/Notice to
defendant John Stefanski.
DATED this 29th day of September, 2011, at Anchorage, Alaska.
/s/ John D. Roberts
JOHN D. ROBERTS
United States Magistrate Judge
11-cr-012-JDR STEFANSKI Order Setting Pretrial Conference 10-5-11_mtd.wpd
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