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In New York, probation officers talk to the defendant and the prosecutor in separate pre-sentencing interviews in preparation for what's known as a pre-sentencing report. AdvertisementTrump is not getting preferential treatment by being allowed to do his interview via video and with his lawyer, a city spokeswoman told Business Insider. It is true that defendants who are locked up while awaiting sentencing typically do pre-sentencing interviews via video, defense lawyers told Business Insider. But defendants like Trump, who are at liberty, are almost always required to appear alone and in person for their probation interviews, lawyers told BI. "I've never been present at a probation interview," said veteran Legal Aid attorney Sam Roberts.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Todd Blanche, Trump, it's, Ivette Davila, Richards, it's President Trump, Justice Manhattan Juan Merchan, Blanche, I've, Sam Roberts, he's, Thomas Eddy, there's, Eddy, Blanche wasn't Organizations: Service, of, Business, Associated Press, Legal Aid Society, The Bronx Defenders, Defender Services, Neighborhood, Service of Harlem, it's, New, Justice Manhattan Locations: New York City, Mar, New York, Manhattan, York City, Rochester , New York
Thomas Creech, 73, had his execution stopped because the medical team couldn't find a vein to administer a lethal injection. Officials said they would let his death warrant expire at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday. AdvertisementIdaho officials stopped the execution of a 73-year-old convicted serial killer after the medical team couldn't find his veins for a lethal injection. Creech was returned to his cell, and his death warrant was set to expire that day at 11:59 p.m., per the department. AdvertisementCreech is not the only US inmate to be saved from death row — at least temporarily — by an unsuccessful IV.
Persons: Thomas Creech, couldn't, Creech, , Josh Tewalt, Tewalt, Deborah A, Prosecutors, Jill Longhurst, Alva Campbell Organizations: Service, Security, Federal Defender Services of, Idaho Statesman, Federal Defender Services, Street Locations: Idaho, Federal Defender Services of Idaho, Ohio, California, Oregon, Ada
NEW YORK (AP) — A man accused of stalking Taylor Swift after being spotted multiple times outside the singer's Manhattan townhouse was found unfit to stand trial and will be committed to state custody for psychiatric treatment, attorneys said Friday. David Crowe, 33, was arrested three times late last month in front of the pop star’s home in Manhattan's exclusive Tribeca neighborhood. Crowe was found unfit to stand trial after a psychiatric exam, and the case was dismissed. He will be committed to the custody of the Office of Mental Health to receive treatment, according to the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Swift’s Manhattan townhouse has been the scene of several break-ins when Swift wasn’t there, including by some who were identified as stalkers.
Persons: Taylor Swift, David Crowe, Prosecutors, Crowe, Swift, Attorney Alvin Bragg, , ” Katherine LeGeros Bajuk Organizations: Seattle, Mental Health, Attorney, New York, Defender Services, Associated Press Locations: Manhattan, Manhattan's, Tribeca, New
Prosecutors said Crowe violated a protective order issued Wednesday mandating he stay away from Swift and her home and refrain from any communication with her. Crowe was arrested Wednesday by officers responding to complaints of an emotionally disturbed man acting erratically near Swift’s townhouse. He was arraigned and issued the protection order, but a short time later he was arrested again near Swift’s residence. Court documents say an unidentified security worker had spotted Crowe near the singer’s home about 30 times since Nov. 25. "We rely on the statements made in court today.”Swift’s Manhattan townhouse has been the scene of several break-ins when Swift wasn’t there, including by some who were identified as stalkers.
Persons: Taylor Swift, David Crowe, Alvin Bragg’s, Prosecutors, Crowe, Swift, , Lupe Todd, Medina Organizations: Seattle, Defender Services Locations: Manhattan's Tribeca, Manhattan, Swift’s, York
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The November execution of a man on Idaho’s death row was delayed on Wednesday because the state’s parole board has granted a hearing to consider changing his sentence to life in prison. An Idaho judge last week issued a death warrant for Thomas Creech, the state’s longest-serving death row inmate. Creech was convicted of killing two people in Valley County in 1974 and sentenced to death. Creech’s attorneys with the nonprofit Federal Defender Services of Idaho petitioned the parole board to schedule the sentence review hearing. A spokesperson for the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office, which pursued Creech’s death warrant, declined to comment to the newspaper on Wednesday.
Persons: Thomas Creech, Creech, David Jensen, Christian ” Organizations: Idaho Department of Correction, Federal Defender Services of Idaho, Idaho Statesman, Office Locations: BOISE, Idaho, An Idaho, Valley County, Ada
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