United States District Court, D. Utah
MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER GRANTING
DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR EARLY TERMINATION OF SUPERVISED
Stewart District Judge
matter is before the Court on Defendant's Motion for
Early Termination of Supervised Release. For the reasons
discussed below, the Court will grant the Motion.
was charged with various offenses on July 20, 2011. Defendant
pleaded guilty to possession of oxycodone with intent to
distribute on November 20, 2012. On January 31, 2013,
Defendant was sentenced to a term of 24 months in the custody
of the Bureau of Prisons, to be followed by 36 months of
began his term of supervision on January 30, 2014. In his
Motion, Defendant represents that he has complied with the
terms of his supervised release. Defendant seeks early
termination of his supervision to help further educational
and occupational opportunities. Defendant has submitted
letters in support of his request for early termination,
which attest to his good conduct and strong work ethic.
Consultation with Defendant's supervising officer
confirms that Defendant has complied with the terms of
supervision. The government has telephonically indicated that
it does not object to Defendant's Motion.
U.S.C. § 3583(e) permits the Court to terminate
supervised release at any time after a defendant has
completed at least one year of supervised release, but prior
to completion of the entire term, if the Court is satisfied
that such action is (1) warranted by the conduct of an
offender and (2) is in the interest of justice. In making
this determination, the Court is directed to consider the
factors set forth in 18 U.S.C. § 3553(a), to the extent
they are applicable.
considered these factors, reviewed the docket and case file,
and consulted with Defendant's supervising officer, the
Court finds that early termination of Defendant's term of
supervised release is both warranted by the conduct of the
offender and in the interest of justice.
that Defendant's Motion for Early Termination of
Supervised Release (Docket No. 116) is GRANTED. It is further
that Defendant's term of supervised release shall be
terminated effective immediately ...