United States District Court, N.D. Indiana, Hammond Division
HONORABLE JAMES T. MOODY, JUDGE
FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE MAGISTRATE JUDGE
UPON A SUPERVISED RELEASE REVOCATION HEARING
P. KOLAR MAGISTRATE JUDGE
September 30, 2019, the United States Government appeared by
counsel Assistant United States Attorney Nicholas Padilla.
Defendant Gailand Jackson, Jr. appeared in person and by
counsel Mark Gruenhagan and in the custody of the United
States Marshal. United States Probation Officer Jonathan Reid
Supervised Release Revocation Hearing was held. The Court
received evidence and comments.
upon the record of proceedings the Court makes this Report
August 19, 2015, Defendant pled guilty to the Count I charge
in the Information (possession with intent to distribute
March 22, 2016, Judge James T. Moody originally sentenced
Defendant to 37 months of imprisonment and three years of
supervised release subject to specified written terms and
21, 2019, the United States Probation Department filed a
Petition for Action on Conditions of Pretrial Release, (ECF
No. 42), alleging that Defendant violated the terms and
conditions of his supervised release. On June 21, 2019, a
warrant was issued for Defendant's arrest, and he was
arrested on June 27, 2019. After a detention hearing on June
27, 2019, Defendant was ordered detained.
12, 2019, the U.S. Probation Office filed an Amended Summary
Report of Violations. (ECF No. 51).
September 19, 2019, Defendant, by counsel, and the Government
filed an Agreed Disposition of Supervised Release Violations,
in which the parties agreed to have a magistrate judge
preside over the hearing on revocation of supervised release.
September 20, 2019, Judge James Moody issued an Order
granting the request to transfer the hearing to a magistrate
judge and referring the case to the undersigned Magistrate
Judge for a Report and Recommendation including, if
applicable, a recommended disposition under 18 U.S.C. §
result of the September 30, 2019 Supervised Release
Revocation Hearing, the undersigned Magistrate Judge
Defendant has been advised of his right to remain silent, his
right to counsel, his right to be advised of the charge
against him, his right to a contested Supervised Release