United States District Court, S.D. New York
January 21, 2004.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA -v- ABDUL KASSIMOV, a/k/a "Zhora," Defendant
The opinion of the court was delivered by: DENISE COTE, District Judge
The defendant having made pretrial motions in this criminal case, it
ORDERED that the motion for suppression of the defendant's statements
pursuant to Rule 410, Fed.R. crim. P., is denied. The statements were
made after the entry of a plea and pursuant to a written agreement. The
defendant has not shown that they are covered by Rule 410.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the motion for notice of Rule 404(b), Fed.
R. Crim. P., evidence is granted in part. The Government represents that
it will make such disclosure two weeks in advance of the February 17
trial date. The Government's request for approval of that schedule is
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the motion for a bill of particulars
disclosing the identity of co-conspirators is denied. Having reviewed the
arrest complaint, the indictment, and the parties' submissions on this
motion, such a list is not necessary to permit the defendant to defend
against the charges against
him, to avoid prejudicial surprise at trial, or to interpose a plea
of double jeopardy. See United States v. Rodriquez, No. 99 Cr.
367 (DLC), 1999 WL 820558 (S.D.N.Y. Oct. 13, 1999).
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