TechRadium v. Twitter, Inc.

Filing 524

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TechRadium v. Twitter, Inc. Doc. 524 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA versus DOROTHY ADAME, CRIMINAL H- 04-455-06 Order for Presentence Investigation and Disclosure & Sentencing Dates The defendant having been found guilty on count 7 1. 2. , a presentence report is ordered. By April 27, 2005 , the initial presentence report must be disclosed to counsel (about 35 days after determination of guilt). By May 11, 2005, counsel must object in writing to the facts used and application of the guidelines or state that there is no objection (14 days after disclosure). By May 25, 2005, the probation officer must submit to the judge the final presentence report with an addendum addressing contested issues (14 days after disclosure). Sentencing is set for disclosure). June 09, 2005 at 12:30 p.m. (no sooner than 35 days from initial 3. 4. 5. For counsel to attend interviews with the defendant, counsel must tell the United States Probation Officer immediately; within 5 days, counsel must supplement that oral request with one in writing. 6. The defendant must go immediately--with a copy of this order--to: United States Probation Department Room 2301, 515 Rusk Avenue, Houston Telephone: (713) 250-5266 If you get this order after 5:00 p.m., report to the Probation Department no later than 10:00 a.m. on the next workday. Signed March 22, 2005 Nancy F. Atlas United States District Judge Copies: United States Probation AUSA John Smith Defense Counsel Richard Ely Defendant is X on bond in custody.

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