The court granted the individual's motion to re-open the detention hearing in the case and ordered the individual released to a drug rehabilitation center. New factors included the family's ability to post bond, the individual's acceptance to a drug rehabilitation program, and the existence of a suitable third-party custodian.
United States v. Campos, No. 4:20-cr-00056 (D. Ariz. Apr. 2, 2020)
Criminal (Federal Charges)
Improved Conditions, Release
Type of Court
Federal District Court
Type of Case
Elderly, Post-Conviction Detention [jail or prison], Pretrial Detention [jail]
Compassionate Release Case
Case Tracking Number
MORE CASE INFORMATION
Place of Incarceration
Federal Detention Center [typically federal pretrial detention]
1. Defendant promises to appear at all proceedings; 2. Defendant shall not commit any crime; 3. Defendant shall cooperate with DNA sample collection; 4. Defendant shall notify pretrial services about change of address; 5. Shall report to pretrial services; 6. Shall not travel outside of state; 7. Shall surrender all travel documents; 8. Maintain or seek employment; 9. Consume no alcohol; 10. Not possess any drugs; 11. Reside at an inpatient or halfway house as deemed appropriate.
Decision Made But Case Still Pending
Pre-Existing Health Conditions
Age, Other, Substance Use Disorder, No real detail, but referred to classifications such as High Risk 1, High Risk 2, or Pregnant, or who are currently assigned to the Mental Health Delivery System.
COVID-19 Positive or Symptomatic
21 U.S.C. § 846, Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Cocaine; 21 U.S.C. § 841 Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine
COVID-19 in Jail Prison or Detention Center
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