Information to Accompany Request for Relief from an Order of Detention (Rule 9).
Any request for relief from an order of detention under Rule 9 must be accompanied by a statement of counsel containing the following information regarding the person detained: 1. Name (including all aliases) and date and place of birth of the applicant; 2. Marital status of the applicant, the number and ages of children, and the extent to which each child is dependent upon the applicant for support (indicate date of each child's birth); 3. Health of the applicant, including any history of major physical or mental illness or of narcotics addiction, and any history of treatment for these disorders (indicate dates); 4. Present residence and length of residence of the applicant in the District of Columbia area, and previous places of residence within the last 5 years (indicate dates); 5. The names and addresses of relatives or other persons who might assist with regard to posting of bail, taking the applicant into custody, or providing financial support; 6. Present financial ability and means of support of the applicant, past, present, and prospective, including history of employment over the past 5 years (indicate dates, the nature of employment, and the names and addresses of employers); 7. Prior criminal record of the applicant, including all previous arrests, convictions, admissions to bail, releases on other conditions, probations, and paroles (indicate the nature of the offenses, the amounts of bail or conditions of release, any forfeitures of bail or revocations of release, parole, or probation, the final disposition of the cases, the names of the courts involved, and the relevant dates); 8. The nature of the offense or offenses presently charged or for which the applicant has just been convicted, or other basis for his or her present release or detention, such as narcotics addiction or classification as a material witness. Indicate the present status of the case including the dates of arrest, trial, and conviction, the expected completion date of the official transcript, and any other relevant dates; 9. The sentence, if any, which the applicant has received (indicate date); 10. The nature of the appeal (indicate whether the appeal is in forma pauperis and whether counsel has been appointed); 11. Where the applicant has been charged with, but not yet convicted of, an offense punishable by imprisonment, the reasons why in the applicant's view one or more conditions of release will reasonably assure that he or she will not flee or pose a danger to any other person or the community; 12. Where the applicant has been convicted of any offense, the reasons why he or she is not likely to flee or pose a danger to any other person or to the property of others; 13. Where the applicant has been convicted and sentenced, and has appealed, the reasons why
2 the appeal raises a substantial question of law or fact likely to result in a reversal or an order for a new trial; and 14. Any other pertinent information, arguments, or assurances.