CRIMINAL COURT OF COUNTY OF KINGS COUNTY OF KINGS : CRIMINAL TERM : PART AP-1 -------------------------------------x THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK : DOCKET NO. : 98K014430 -against- : : SAM SLOAN, : DEFENDANT : -------------------------------------x 120 Schermerhorn Street Brooklyn, New York 11201 April 14, 1998 B E F O R E: HON. JEROME KAY, Judge A P P E A R A N C E S: FOR THE PEOPLE: CHARLES J. HYNES, ESQ. District Attorney, Kings County 210 Joralemon Street Brooklyn, New York 11201 By: ERNEST SAVOY, ESQ. Assistant District Attorney FOR THE DEFENDANT: JONATHAN FINK, ESQ. SHANNA RUSSO Official Court Reporter
COURT OFFICER: Add to the AP-1 calendar, Docket 98K014430, Sam Sloan.
MR. FINK: Judge, I am standing up.
THE COURT: You can stand up.
What are we doing with Mr. Sloan.
Mr. SAVOY: Your Honor, People are reducing this case.
THE COURT: Let's reduce it.
MR. SAVOY: New charges, 110, 130.20, and 240.26.
THE COURT: 110, 135 is reduced to what?
MR. SAVOY: I guess to 110, 130.20.
THE COURT: I don't know, what is 130.20, you better tell me.
MR. SAVOY: Attempted sexual misconduct.
THE COURT: 110, 130.20, and attempted sexual misconduct, what degree?
MR. SAVOY: I don't know if there is a degree. There is no degree your honor.
THE COURT: Okay.
MR. SAVOY: Your Honor, all I have is a superseding information.
THE COURT: I don't hear you.
MR. SAVOY: All I have is a superseding information. Yes, I do.
THE COURT: Give me the superseding information.
MR. SAVOY: 240.26, Your Honor.
COURT OFFICER: 110, 130.20, and 240.26 .
THE COURT: Waive the reading of the charges?
MR. FINK: Yes.
MR. SAVOY: People are also serving and filing a corroborating affidavit and announcing ready.
THE COURT: AP-2B for Monday.
MR. FINK: Judge can we have May 12th?
THE COURT: AP-2B for Monday or Wednesday 4/20
MR. FINK: Is Wednesday okay?
THE COURT: 4/22.
MR. FINK: AP-2B you said, Judge?
THE COURT: Yes, 4/22.
Let him wait for the order of protection.
MR. SLOAN: I want to reject this. It was dismissed without prejudice. It was dismissed and now they want to start the whole thing over. I object to the order of protection.
Your honor I don't know this person. I would like to --
THE COURT: All I can do, I will tell you as your lawyer told you, that it was dismissed without prejudice. The word without prejudice means it can be added to the calendar . You have to get the order of protection until the next time. The closest I can do is, I can put it on for tomorrow or Friday and we will notify your attorney.
MR. SLOAN: What is the basis of the order of protection. Why do they want an --
THE COURT: You had one before and they continued the order of protection.
MR. SLOAN: No, you didn't.
THE COURT: I am ordering an order of protection, sir. You had one before. This is because of --
MR. SLOAN: I am harassed by this person.
THE COURT: I know what we will do. We're going to put it on for tomorrow, AP-2B, 4/15. We will notify your lawyer. It is on for tomorrow, 4/15. I will give you an order of protection until tomorrow. It is no longer a felony, it's been reduced. It is a misdemeanor. I will order your attorney to come in tomorrow.
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