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United States v. Barrett

October 30, 2006

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
LISA BARRETT



The opinion of the court was delivered by: James L. Graham United States District Judge

ORDER

The court has received a letter from the defendant requesting that the court defer the payment of her special assessment until April, 2008. The defendant expresses concerns in her letter regarding her eligibility for halfway house placement. Defendant states that she is currently on refusal status, which apparently refers to her refusal to participate in the Inmate Financial Responsibility Program. The court will consider this letter as a motion, and the clerk is directed to file it on the docket.

In the judgment filed on August 30, 2005, this court ordered that the special assessment of $100 would be due immediately. This court also ordered the payment of restitution in the amount of $167,753, and further ordered that the payment of these financial obligations would be due during the period of defendant's incarceration. Even if the court deferred the payment of the special assessment as defendant requests, defendant is also liable for the payment of her restitution obligation. The defendant has offered no grounds justifying delaying the payment of her special assessment and restitution obligations, and her request to delay payment is denied. Defendant should make any inquiries concerning her eligibility for halfway house placement to her case manager.

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