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Full-text: September 24 2003
Protest zones: “No War for Oil” (October 24 2002)

United States District Court for the District of South Carolina Columbia Division

Filed, SEP 24 2003, Larry W. Propes, Clerk, Columbia S.C.


Criminal No. 3:03-0309

Entered, SEP 25 2003
United States of America)
Brett A. Bursey)


This matter is before the Court on motion of the Defendant to modify bond. The Defendant has been released on a ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollar unsecured bond, with standard conditions of supervision. Defendant seeks unsupervised release.

The Government takes no position on Defendant’s motion, and the Pretrial Services Officer has advised the Court that he has no objection to the motion. Therefore, the Defendant’s motion is granted. ¶

Defendant is henceforth released on a ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollar unsecured bond, without supervision, subject only to the standard conditions of release in all bond cases that he not commit any offense in violation of any federal, state or local law while on release, that he notify the Court and counsel immediately of any change of address and/or telephone number, and that he {p.2} appear for Court for all scheduled proceedings.

It is so Ordered.

Signature: Bristow Marchant


Bristow Marchant
United States Magistrate Judge

Columbia, South Carolina
September 24, 2003


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This case: United States v. Brett A. Bursey (D.S.C., No. 3:03cr309 {175kb.html}, criminal information filed March 7 2003, jury trial denied June 4 2003, bench trial Nov. 12-13 2003, bench trial Nov. 12-13 2003, verdict Jan. 6 2004: guilty, $500 fine (Bristow Marchant, U.S. Magistrate Judge), district appeal docketed Jan. 13 2004, affirmed Sept. 14 2004 (Cameron McGowan Currie, U.S. District Judge), circuit appeal docketed Oct. 7 2004, affirmed July 25 2005 {64kb.pdf, 64kb.pdf}, rehearing denied Sept. 8 2005 (4th Cir., No. 04-4832), petition for certiorari docketed Dec. 14 2005, certiorari denied Jan. 17 2006 (U.S., No. 05-767).

Previous: Defendant’s Motion to Modify Bond (Sept. 16 2003).

See alsoOther Secret Service protest zone cases” on the docket-sheet page. Brett Bursey

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Charles Judson Harwood Jr.


Posted Jan. 2 2004. Updated June 29 2008.


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