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USA v. PRICE et al (1:18-cr-00091-JPH-DML)

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana

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  • ORDER as to MICHAEL GRAHAM (3) - Defendant filed a pro se motion that the Court construed as a motion for compassionate release under the First Step Act of 2018. Dkt. 204. CJA counsel appeared on Defendant's behalf, dkt. 207, but then w ithdrew, dkts. 221, 223. Accordingly, Defendant is now pursuing his motion pro se. It is unclear if Defendant intended his recently-filed affidavit to be responsive to the Court's August 26 Order. To the extent he did, the affidavit does not provide the information required by the August 26 Order or demonstrate that Defendant has exhausted his administrative remedies. Accordingly, the Court will provide Defendant one additional chance to provide evidence that he has exhausted his admin istrative remedies. It is ORDERED that, on or before October 26, 2020, Defendant shall file a notice stating whether he has requested compassionate release from his warden and, if so, the date of his request (SEE ORDER FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND DEADLINE). Signed by Judge James Patrick Hanlon on 9/22/2020. Copy to Defendant via US Mail. (DWH)

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USA v. PRICE et al (1:18-cr-00091-JPH-DML)

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana

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