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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON

AT SEATTLE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,


Plaintiff,

v.

MANRAJ SINGH KAMOH,

Defendant.

CASE NO. CR03-433 MAT

PROPOSED FINDINGS OF
FACT AND DETERMINATION
AS TO ALLEGED VIOLATIONS
OF SUPERVISED RELEASE

INTRODUCTION

I conducted a hearing on alleged violations of supervised release in this case on June 28,

2006. The United States was represented by Susan Harrison. The defendant was represented by

Lennard Nahajski. The proceedings were recorded on disk.

CONVICTION AND SENTENCE

Defendant had been convicted of Embezzlement by a Bank Employee on or about January

28, 2004. The Hon. Ricardo S. Martinez of this court sentenced Defendant to three years of

supervised release. The original sentenced was revoked on November 22, 2006 due to probation

violation. The Hon. Mary Alice Theiler sentenced defendant to an additional four months

confinement with credit for time served.

The conditions of supervised release included requirements that defendant comply with the

standard 13 conditions.

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PROPOSED FINDINGS
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DEFENDANT'S ADMISSION

USPO Steve McNickle for Margaret K. Kellow alleged that Defendant violated the conditions

of supervised release in six respects:

(1)

Committing the crime of theft (a misdemeanor) on or about May 13, 2006 and May

14, 2006, in violation of the general condition that he not commit a federal, state or

local crime.

(2)

Failing to cooperate with the CCC by deviating from his scheduled passes on or about

May 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, and June 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 2006, in violation of the

special condition that he comply with the CCC rules.

(3)

Failing to notify the probation officer of a change in employment, in violation of

standard condition number 6.

(4)

Using opiate 0Oxycodone on or about May 25, 2006, in violation of standard

condition number 7.

(5)

Failing to reside in and satisfactorily participate in a community corrections center

and/or comprehensive sanction center program, or about June 10, 2006, in violation

of the special condition that he reside in the CCC until discharged by the center

director, with the approval of the probation officer.

(6)

Failing to participate as instructed by his probation officer, in a program for treatment

of narcotic addiction or drug dependency on or about June 15, 2006, in violation of

the special condition requiring his participation.

At an initial hearing, I advised the defendant of these charges and of his constitutional rights. At

today’s hearing, the defendant admitted violations one through six, waived any hearing as to

whether they occurred, and consented to having the matter set for a disposition hearing before the

Hon. Mary Alice Theiler.

RECOMMENDED FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS

Based upon the foregoing, I recommend the court find that Defendant has violated the

conditions of his supervised release as alleged and set the matter for a disposition hearing.

PROPOSED FINDINGS
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Defendant has been detained based on failure to comply with CCC status, pending a final

determination by the court.

DATED this 28th day of June, 2006.

A

MONICA J. BENTON
United States Magistrate Judge

cc:

Sentencing Judge
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Defense Attorney
U. S. Probation Officer

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Hon. Mary Alice Theiler
Susan Harrison
Lennard Nahajski
Margaret K. Kellow

PROPOSED FINDINGS
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