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Hajia4Reall’s Sentencing Date Adjourned For Two Weeks

The legal team representing Hajia4Reall has submitted a letter to the court, requesting a two-week adjournment for the sentencing.

The letter, signed by Eleana Fast, Esq., highlighted the requirement for extra time to collect essential documents for the defense’s sentencing presentation.

This involved pending letters of support and a letter from Ms. Montrage’s immigration attorney concerning potential immigration implications following her conviction. Following discussions with the United States Attorney and Steiner, who did not raise any concerns, the defense suggested June 19 or June 24–28 as possible sentencing dates.

“I along with Eleana Fast esq, represent Mona Montrage on the above-captioned matter, we respectfully write to the court to request that the scheduled sentencing date be adjourned for two weeks. The defense is respectfully seeking an adjournment as despite our diligent efforts, there are still some materials outstanding that are needed for the defense sentencing submission.

“Specifically, we have a number of letters to support that are still outstanding. Additionally, we are waiting for a letter from Ms. Montrage’s immigration attorney, regarding the potential immigration consequences that Ms Montrage may suffer as a result of her conviction.

“We have confirmed with the United States Attorney and Steiner and they have no objections. The party is available for sentencing on June 19 or June 24 – June 28 if it pleases the court,” the letter read.

The judge granted the request the following day, rescheduling Hajia4Reall’s sentencing for June 28, 2024.

Previously, her har working legal representative requested the judge to remove Hajia4Reall’s ankle monitor, which had served as a constant reminder of the limitations she faced during her trial. It has now been reported that the ankle monitor has been removed.

This development occurred after her legal representative, Eleana Fast from ‘The Fast Law Firm’, made a plea to the court for the temporary removal of the ankle monitor in order to facilitate an MRI scan.

In a formal letter addressed to the court, Fast respectfully requested a modification of Ms. Mona Montrage’s pre-trial conditions to allow for the removal of the ankle monitor during the MRI scan.

The request was prompted by the pain experienced in her left ankle, with her doctor recommending the scan. Alongside the request, supporting medical documentation was provided.

“I am an attorney of record for Ms. Mona Montrage on the above-mentioned case. I am writing to respectfully request that Ms Montrage’s pre-trial conditions be modified to allow for the temporal removal of her ankle monitor to allow her to have an MRI done. Ms. Montrage has been experiencing pain in her left ankle and her doctor has recommended the scan.

“If so authorized by the court, Ms Montrage is scheduled for the MRI on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at 8 am at 574 Springfield Avenue, Westfield New Jersey 07090. I have also provided the supporting Medical documentation,” the statement added.

Source – Tru News Report


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