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U.S. v. FERNANDEZ

United States District Court, S.D. New York


July 27, 2004.

U.S.
v.
EDWIN FERNANDEZ, Defendant.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: ROBERT PATTERSON, Senior District Judge

OPINION AND ORDER

By motion dated June 3, 2004, Defendant Edwin Fernandez moves for a judgment of acquittal pursuant to Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Rule 29(c), or in the alternative, a new trial pursuant to Rule 33(a).

By Defendant's own admission, "This motion is based on the previous arguments, objections and motions for a mistrial made during the proceedings." (Affirmation at ΒΆ 2.) Other than a one page affirmation, Defendant offers no further support for his motion. Accordingly, no new arguments, other than the ones raised and addressed orally, at the trial have been made. The Court made rulings on Defendant's objections and his two motions for a mistrial at the time of the trial and after full consideration denied them. In the absence of further legal arguments, these rulings still stand

 

The Defendant's motions are denied. IT IS SO ORDERED.
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