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United States v. Stoddard

United States District Court, D. Columbia.

November 24, 2014

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
v.
LIONEL STODDARD, Defendant Criminal No. 04cr355-02 (CKK)

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MIGUEL MORROW, also known as JULIO, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK), Pro se, INEZ, KY.

For MIGUEL MORROW, also known as JULIO, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Joanne Roney Hepworth, LEAD ATTORNEY, HEPWORTH & PENDRY, Washington, DC; Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC.

For LIONEL STODDARD, also known as OOKS, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Edward Charles Sussman, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF EDWARD C. SUSSMAN, Washington, DC; Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC; William Gregory Spencer, LEAD ATTORNEY, FEDERAL PUBLIC DEFENDER FOR D.C., Washington, DC.

CARLOS AGUIAR, also known as LOS, Defendant, Pro se, WAYMART, PA.

For CARLOS AGUIAR, also known as LOS, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC; Tony L. Booker, LEAD ATTORNEY, Arlington, VA.

For OMAR HOLMES, also known as O, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): H. Heather Shaner, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF H. HEATHER SHANER, Washington, DC.

BRYAN BURWELL, also known as BUSH, Defendant, Pro se, OTISVILLE, NY.

For BRYAN BURWELL, also known as BUSH, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Anthony Douglas Martin, LEAD ATTORNEY, ANTHONY D MARTIN, PC, Greenbelt, MD; Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC.

For AARON PERKINS, also known as SHORT, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC; Cynthia Katkish, Cynthia Katkish Attorney at Law, Washington, DC.

For GUIDEL OLIVARES, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): A. Eduardo Balarezo, LEAD ATTORNEY, BALAREZO LAW, Washington, DC; Leta Adia McCollough, LEAD ATTORNEY, FEDERAL PUBLIC DEFENDER FOR D.C., Washington, DC.

For MALVIN PALMER, also known as OMAR ANDERSON, also known as MELLOW, Defendant (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Atiq Rahman Ahmed, LEAD ATTORNEY, ATIQ R. AHMED, ESQUIRE, Washington, DC; Robert Saul Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF ROBERT S. BECKER, Washington, DC.

For USA, Plaintiff (1:04-cr-00355-CKK): Barbara E. Kittay, LEAD ATTORNEY, BARBARA E. KITTAY, ESQUIRE, Rockville, MD; Daniel Pearce Butler, LEAD ATTORNEY, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, Washington, DC; Thomas Anthony Quinn, LEAD ATTORNEY, U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, Special Proceedings Section, Washington, DC.

Lionel Stoddard, Petitioner (1:12cv1322), Pro se.

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MEMORANDUM OPINION

COLLEEN KOLLAR-KOTELLY, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.

On July 15, 2005, Lionel Stoddard (" Stoddard" ) was convicted by a jury in

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this Court of: conspiracy to conduct and participate, directly and indirectly, in the affairs of an enterprise, through a pattern of racketeering activity (" Count I" ), including the armed robbery of the Industrial Bank located at 2012 Rhode Island Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C., on or about June 12, 2004 (" Racketeering Act 3" ), the armed robbery of the Chevy Chase Bank located at 3601 St. Barnabas Road, Silver Hill, Maryland, on or about May 10, 2004 (" Racketeering Act 5" ), assault with intent to kill while armed of Edwin Arrington on or about April 23, 2004 (" Racketeering Act 7" ), and assault with intent to kill while armed of Police Officer Katie Collins on or about May 10, 2004 (" Racketeering Act 8" ); conspiracy to commit offenses against the United States, that is, armed robberies of banks the deposits of which were then insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (" Count II" ); armed robbery of the Industrial Bank on or about June 12, 2004 (" Count X" ); using and carrying a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence on or about June 12, 2004 (" Count XI" ); and unlawful possession of a firearm on or about June 12, 2004, by a person convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year (" Count XIV" ). The jury also found Stoddard not guilty of assault with intent to kill while armed of Edwin Arrington on or about April 23, 2004 (" Count XVIII" ). Presently before the Court is Stoddard's pro se [773] Motion to Vacate, Set Aside, or Correct Sentence pursuant to 28 U.S.C. ยง ...


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