United States District Court, S.D. Georgia, Savannah Division
HALL, CHIEF JUDGE
before the Court is the United States and Martin Bradley
Jr.'s joint motion for bond pending 28 U.S.C. § 2255
relief and to schedule a combined hearing to resolve Bradley
Jr.'s § 2255 and criminal cases. All premises
considered, the Court has determined that Bradley Jr. should
be released on bond as the parties request. Accordingly, it
is therefore ORDERED THAT the Joint Motion
is GRANTED, that Bradley Jr. be
IMMEDIATELY RELEASED ON BOND from the
custody of the Bureau of Prisons in Kentucky, and that
Bradley Jr. shall remain free on bond until such time as a
hearing in his cases is scheduled. The conditions of Bradley
Jr.'s bond are as follows:
defendant must not violate federal, state, or local law while
defendant must cooperate in the collection of a DNA sample if
it is authorized by 42 U.S.C. § 14135a.
defendant must advise the Court or the pretrial services
office or supervising officer in writing before making any
change of residence or telephone number.
defendant must appear in court as required and must surrender
as directed to serve any sentence that the Court may impose.
defendant must submit to supervision by and report for
supervision to the United States Probation Office in
Savannah, Georgia, no later than 3:00 pm on Tuesday, November
defendant may not obtain a passport or other international
travel document, and must surrender any passport to the
defendant must abide by the following restrictions on travel:
travel is restricted to the Southern District of Georgia and
the Southern District of Florida.
defendant may not possess a firearm, destructive device, or
defendant may not use alcohol excessively.
defendant may not use or unlawfully possess a narcotic drug
or other controlled substances defined in 21 U.S.C. §
802, unless prescribed by a licensed medical practitioner.
defendant must report, as soon as possible, to the
supervising officer, every contact with law enforcement
personnel, including arrests, questioning, or traffic stops.
defendant is advised that violating any of the foregoing
conditions of release may result in the immediate issuance of
a warrant for his arrest, a revocation of release, an order
of detention, a forfeiture of any bond, and a prosecution for