United States District Court, E.D. Tennessee, Greeneville
W. Taylor Assistant US. Attorney
Lee Wooten Defendant
C. Welch U.S. Probation Officer
C. Pierce Attorney for Defendant
AGREED ORDER OF REVOCATION
Honorable R. Leon Jordan United States District Judge.
Petition for Revocation of Supervised Release has been filed
against the defendant. Randy Lee Wooten, and the defendant
admits that he has violated the conditions of his supervised
release. An agreement has been reached between the parties,
recommending that Mr. Wooten's supervised release should
be revoked and that he should receive a sentence of time
served to be followed by three (3) years of supervised
release. All previously imposed general, standard and special
conditions shall continue to apply with the addition of the
following special conditions:
1. The defendant shall submit his or her person, property,
house, vehicle, papers, [computers (as defined in 18 U.S.C.
§ 1030(e)(1)), other electronic communications or data
storage devices or media, ] or office, to a search conducted
by a United Slates probation officer or designee. Failure to
submit to a search may be grounds for revocation of release.
The defendant shall warn any other occupants that the
premises may be subject to searches pursuant to this
condition. An officer may conduct a search pursuant to this
condition only when reasonable suspicion exists that the
defendant has violated a condition of his supervision and
that the areas to be searched contain evidence of this
violation. Any search must be conducted at a reasonable time
and in a reasonable manner.
2. You shall not take any opiate-based medication, or any
other controlled substance, without notifying the physician
that you have a substance abuse problem and without obtaining
permission from your probation officer.
Wooten agrees to waive his right to a hearing pursuant to
Rule 32 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure, waive his right
to allocute at a revocation hearing, and asks that the
agreement of the defendant and the government pursuant to
Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure be found
to be a proper sentence. In doing so, the defendant
acknowledges that he is giving up the following rights:
(1) The right to the assistance of counsel for his defense.
(2) The right to see and hear all the witnesses and have them
cross-examined in his defense.
(3) The right on his own part not to testify unless he chose
to do so in his defense, and
(4) The right to the issuance of subpoenas to compel
the attendance of witnesses to testify on
Woolen stipulates to the following violations that can be
proven by the government ...