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Date: 04-08-2021

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United States of America v. Patris Derville

Case Number: 1:20-cr-00186-GTS

Judge: Glenn T. Suddaby

Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of New York (Albany County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States District Attorney’s Office

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Description: Albany, New York making interstate threats charge criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant, Patris Derville, age 22, of Cohoes, New York, who was with transmitting an interstate threat to injure another person.

As part of his previously entered guilty plea, Derville admitted that on January 15, 2020, he used his Facebook account to transmit a Facebook Live video over the internet during which Derville threatened to shoot another person, and that he posted the video for the purpose of communicating that threat to that person.

Chief United States District Judge Glenn T. Suddaby also sentenced Derville to a 3-year term of supervised release, which will commence after Derville is released from prison.

This case was investigated by the FBI and its Capital District Safe Streets Gang Task Force, which includes FBI Special Agents and members of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, including the Troy Police Department. This case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Ashlyn Miranda and Alicia Suarez.

18:875(c): Interstate Threat to Injure Another Person

Outcome: Text Minute Entry for proceedings held before Chief Judge Glenn T. Suddaby: Sentencing held on 4/1/2021. Appearances: Ashyln Miranda, AUSA for Government; Brian Devane, Esq. for Defendant; USPO: Melyssa Inman. The parties acknowledge receipt of the pre-sentence investigation report. No objections from the parties regarding the facts of the PSIR. The Government objects to the offense level calculation in the PSIR. The parties do not object to the criminal history computation in the PSIR. The Government is heard regarding objection to the offense level calculation in the PSIR. Counsel for Defendant is heard in response. The Court addresses Governments objection; the Court finds that the offense level is properly scored. The defendant declines to speak on own behalf. The Court adopts the PSIR. On Count 1 of the Indictment, the defendant is sentenced to a period of imprisonment for 13 months. A term of supervised release for three years to follow; standard and special conditions apply. No fine imposed; a Special Assessment of $100 is due immediately. Defendant is advised of appeal rights. Defendant is remanded to the custody of the US Marshal. (Court Reporter Lisa Tennyson/CRD: Daniel Krug)(dpk) (Entered: 04/02/2021)

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