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United States v. Sprouse

United States District Court, E.D. Tennessee, Greeneville

July 1, 2019

United States of America,
v.
Tyler M. Sprouse, Defendant

          Greg Bowman Assistant U.S. Attorney

          Tyler M. Sprouse Defendant

          Joseph O. McAfee, Attorney for Defendant

          AGREED ORDER OF REVOCATION

          Hon. R. Leon Jordan, United States District Judge.

         A Petition for Warrant for Offender Under Supervision has been filed in this matter and the Defendant, Tyler M. Sprouse, now admits that she has violated certain conditions of her supervised release. An agreement has been reached between the Parties which recommends that Ms. Sprouse's supervised release should be revoked and that she should receive a sentence of fourteen (14) months imprisonment followed by no further term of supervised release.

         Ms. Sprouse further agrees to waive her right to any further hearing pursuant to Rule 32 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure, waive her 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 she is giving up several of her rights which are as follows:

         1. The right to the assistance of counsel in her defense at a hearing.

         2. The right to see and hear all witnesses and have them cross-examined in her defense.

         3. The right on her own part not to testify unless she chose to do so in her own defense/ and;

         4. The right to the issuance of subpoenas to compel' the attendance of witnesses to testify on her behalf.

         Ms. Sprouse stipulates to the following violations that can be proven by the government by a preponderance of the evidence:

         1. Violation Number 1: Mandatory Condition No. 1: The defendant shall not commit another federal, state, or local crime.

         2. Violation Number 2: Mandatory Condition No. 2: The defendant shall not unlawfully possess a controlled substance.

         3. Violation Number 3: Mandatory Condition No. 3: The defendant must refrain from any unlawful ...


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