United States
v.
Flores

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIASep 18, 2012
CASE NO. 12CR324 4-JAH (S.D. Cal. Sep. 18, 2012)

CASE NO. 12CR324 4-JAH

09-18-2012

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. JESSE FLORES (4), Defendant.


JUDGMENT OF DISMISSAL

IT APPEARING that the defendant is now entitled to be discharged for the reason that: _ an indictment has been filed in another case against the defendant and the Court has granted the motion of the Government for dismissal of this case, without prejudice; or _ the Court has dismissed the case for unnecessary delay; or × the Court has granted the motion of the Government for dismissal, without prejudice; or _ the Court has granted the motion of the defendant for a judgment of acquittal; or _ a jury has been waived, and the Court has found the defendant not guilty; or _ the jury has returned its verdict, finding the defendant not guilty; × of the offense(s) as charged in the Indictment/Information:

8:1324(a)(2)(B)(iii); 18:2 - BRINGING IN ILLEGAL ALIENS WITHOUT PRESENTATION; AIDING AND ABETTING


IT IS THEREFORE ADJUDGED that the defendant is hereby discharged.

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DAVID H. BARTICK


U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE