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United States v. Stephenson
United States District Court, D. Massachusetts
February 1, 2018
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
HARRY STEPHENSON, Defendant.
ORDER OF CONDITIONAL RELEASE
A. O'TOOLE, JR. UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.
to 18 U.S.C. § 4243(f)(2), Defendant is to be
conditionally released from hospitalization in the custody of
the Attorney General of the United States for placement in
the community under the following conditions:
1. Defendant will reside at Coolidge House Residential
Reentry Center, 307 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts,
02115. Any changes in his residence must be approved through
his United States Probation Officer.
2. Defendant shall participate in mental health and substance
abuse services deemed necessary and approved through the
United States Probation Office. Defendant will comply with
treatment recommendations made by his Probation Officer or
his mental health professionals.
3. Defendant will be monitored by mental health professionals
and his Probation Officer for evidence of psychiatric
difficulties and will continue to take medication, which may
include injectable medications, as ordered and which may be
adjusted by his clinicians.
4. Upon the recommendation of the medical provider or
Probation Officer, Defendant will voluntarily admit himself
into a hospital for treatment. If he refuses and his
continued release would create a substantial risk of bodily
injury to himself, another person, or serious damage to the
property of another, he should be remanded to a suitable
facility pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 4243(g).
5. Defendant will be supervised by the United States
Probation Office, District of Massachusetts. This includes
his voluntary consent to waive his rights to confidentiality
regarding his mental health treatment in order to allow
sharing of information with the supervising United States
Probation Officer who will assist in evaluating his ongoing
appropriateness for community placement.
6. Defendant will remain under the supervision of the United
States Probation Office until he is discharged from all
mental health treatment and/or his federal civil commitment.
The primary treatment provider may be changed with approval
of the United States Probation Office.
7. Defendant will have no contact, direct or indirect,
including the use of a third party, with the victims in this
case or any other individuals identified by the United States
Probation Officer. Such prohibited contact shall include in
person, and through the use of the internet, e-mail,
telephone, or written correspondence.
8. Defendant must not have in his possession at any time any
actual or imitation firearm, destructive device, or other
deadly weapon. He shall submit to a search without a warrant
at the request of a probation officer or any law enforcement
officer, of his person, property including vehicle, or
premises for the purpose of determining compliance with this
condition. Revocation of conditional release is mandatory for
possession of a firearm.
9. Defendant shall abstain from the use of alcohol, illegal
narcotic substances, or drugs. He shall not frequent places
where alcohol or illegal drugs are known to be the primary
place of possession, manufacture, or distribution. If
required by his place of residence, or on order of the Court
after application by the Probation Office, he will
participate in substance abuse treatment and be required to
participate in random drug and breathalyzer testing.
10. The United States Marshals Service shall be notified to
return Defendant to the custody of the Attorney General if it
is determined that Defendant has violated any conditions
which are established for him.
11. Defendant shall comply with the following additional
conditions of release based upon the standard conditions set
forth in § 5B1.3(c) of the United States Sentencing
a. The defendant shall not knowingly leave the federal
judicial district where he is authorized to reside without
first getting permission from the ...
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