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United States v. Clemons

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA


April 1, 2010

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
v.
DERRICK CLEMONS, DEFENDANT.

Excerpted transcript of proceedings held on March 30th, 2010, United States District Court, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before the Honorable Arthur J. Schwab, U.S. District Court Judge.

Court Reporter: Shirley Ann Hall, RDR, CRR

6260 U.S. Courthouse

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219

412.765.0408

Proceedings recorded by mechanical stenography; transcript produced by computer-aided transcription.

PROCEEDINGS

THE COURT: All right.

Now, anything else? In light of the holiday that's coming up, anything else that's going to be filed on this docket -- other than the notice of appearance by an additional attorney -- anything else I'm going to see on the docket between today and when we get together on Monday?

Because if there is, I want to know about it now so my staff and I can work out being in here and what we need to do. So anything else, of whatever nature, that was going to hit the docket between now and Monday morning on behalf of the Government?

MR. EBERLE: No, Your Honor, nothing that I can think of at this time; no.

THE COURT: Any reason to believe that you'll think of something between now and Monday morning?

MR. EBERLE: Not likely, no.

THE COURT: Okay.

On behalf of the Defendant, any other things we're going to see?

MS. LONG: I'm not anticipating, frankly, anything between now and Monday, Your Honor.

THE COURT: Okay. Great. Because if either of you were, I would make arrangements to be able to do it. I'm not discouraging it, I wanted a heads up, and I'm glad the answer from each of you is no.

So I'll talk about anything else that either of you would like to talk about. First of all, on behalf of the Government, anything else you would like to chat about today?

MR. EBERLE: No, thank you, Judge.

THE COURT: Anything else on behalf of the Defendant?

MS. LONG: No, Your Honor. (Excerpt concluded.)

CERTIFICATE

I hereby certify that the above-transcript is a true and correct copy of the proceedings held in the above-referenced caption.

Shirley Hall, RDR, CRR

Official Reporter

20100401

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