Free Motion to Detain Pending Trial - District Court of Delaware - Delaware


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_ C - IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT I
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE I I
. I UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, I g · n I
` ' Plaintiff} ) ‘ .
v. _ l I Criminal Action No. 07- 73 M my 7
AVINCENTE VILLALOBOS RODRIGUEZ, I I I "
‘ Defendant. ` I l ` U
I MOTION FOR DETENTION I
· NOW COMES the United States and moves for the pretrial detention of the defendant,
pursuant to 18 o.s.c. § 3l42(e) and (f). In support of the motion, the United States alleges the
following:. p l
` 1. Eligibility of Case. This case is eligible for a detention order because case involves
_ (check all that apply); · _ .
U ___ Crime ofviolence (18 U.S.C. § 3156) ‘ · _
p __ Maximum sentence life imprisonment or death I
t ____ _ 10+ year drug offense . l
I __ Felony, with two prior convictions in above categories
‘ ;__- . Minor victim _ i I
y ‘ __ `Possession/ use of Hrearm, destructive device or other dangerous weapon l
· - __ Failure to register under 18 U.S.C. § 2250 p
‘ A ‘ Serious risk defendant will flee ` ·
t Serious risk obstruction of justice I " _ A

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‘ . 2. Reason For Detention. The court should detain defendant because there are no l P
i l conditions of release which will reasonably assure (check one or both): ` _
I A Defendants appearance as required I · `
Safety of any other person and the community _ I V ‘
3. Rebuttable Presumption. I The United States will/will not invoke the rebuttable _ ‘
presumption against defendant under §` 3142(e). (If yes) The presumption applies because (checli
D. one or both): I I - I _
`__ Probable cause to believe defendant committed 10+ year drug offense or
_ n firearms offense, 18 U.S.C. § 924(c), ora federal crime of terrorism, or a
. I specified offense ( ) with minor victim ·
__; Previous conviction for "eligible" offense committed while on pretrial bond
. 4. Time For Detention Hearing. The United States requests court conduct the I
I detention hearing, . I
__ At first appearance n . .
P _ D __ After continuance of ;__ days (not more than 3).
an 5. Temporary Detention. The United States request the temporary detention of the I
1" defendant for a period of Z 0 days (not more than 10) so that the appropriate officials can be
-_ . notified since (check 1 or 2, and 3): _ _ _ ·
. · 1. At the time the offense was committed the·defendant was:
P _ ____ (a) on releaseipending trial for a felony;
l l · _ (b) on release pending imposition or execution of sentence, appeal c
of sentence or conviction, or completion of sentence for an offense; i
T ‘ __ tc) on probation or parole for an offense. ‘ . .
J I W g__ 2. The defendant _ is not a citizen of the U.S. or lawfully admitted for
l . permanent residence. .
P I __ . 3. The defendant may flee or pose a danger to any other person or the
I I community.

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i · 6. Other Matters. d
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DATED:l‘{'/7rQ7 3 r r o
i _ Respoctiiilly submitted,
3 - COLMF. NNOLL i / l
- · _ Unitai —
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. _ ` _ Edmond Falgows { r · -
- - Assistant United atc-zs * torncy