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Case 1:07-cr-00274-RJL Document 11 Filed 02/20/2008 Page 1 of 2



UNITED STATES

V.

RENITA FRANKLIN-THROWER
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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UNOPPOSED MOTION TO CONTINUE SENTENCING

Defendant Renita Franklin-Thrower, through counsel, respectfully moves the Court to

continue her sentencing in this matter until a date convenient to the Court and parties. As grounds,

counsel states as follows:

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On December 21, 2007, Ms. Franklin-Thrower entered a plea of guilty to

embezzlement from an organization receiving federal funds.

The Court has set a sentencing date of March 27, 2008, with presentence memoranda

due by March 20.

Ms. Farnklin-Thrower has not yet met with the probation officer for preparation of

the Presentence Report; she has informed counsel that she has been involved in

midterm examination and job seeking; she resides in Baltimore.

Accordingly, counsel would respectfully ask that the sentencing date be continued such that

Ms. Franklin-Thrower can meet with probation.

Respectfully submitted,

A.J. Kramer

Federal Public Defender

Case 1:07-cr-00274-RJL Document 11 Filed 02/20/2008 Page 2 of 2

By:

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Shawn Moore
Assistant Federal Public Defender
Attorney for Renita Franklin-Thrower
DC Bar #214171
625 Indiana Avenue, NW #550
Washington, DC 20004
202/208-7500
Fax/208-7515




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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA



UNITED STATES

V.

RENITA FRANKLIN-THROWER
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) Cr. No. 07-274 (RJL)
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ORDER

Defendant Franklin-Thrower having moved for a continuance of her sentencing, the motion

being unopposed, and good cause shown, it is hereby ORDERED that the motion is GRANTED,

and the clerk and parties shall agree on a new date for sentencing.

This, the Day of , 2008.

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RICHARD J. LEON

UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA