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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Boston court rejects Raffi Pina’s bail request on appeal

a panel of judges from Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston This Monday the music producer’s defense rejected the bail request raffy pinaTherefore he will have to remain in prison during the hearing of his case on appeal.

Judge David J. Barron, Sandra L. The order, issued by Lynch and Rosary Thompson, said the defendants “did not comply with established bail requirements.”

On July 5, federal judge Francis Kiss Pina reiterates his decision to keep him in prison while he appeals his guilty verdict for illegal possession of firearms, which he kept at his property in Caguas.

“The clear and convincing evidence does not lead the court to believe that Pina is likely to escape or pose a threat to the safety of others,” the judge wrote in the 14-page opinion.

In an 88-page motion filed with the First Circuit on May 31, Pina’s lawyers argued that the conditional release should be granted because he does not present a flight or safety risk.

Although Besosa acknowledged that Pina complied with the conditions of his temporary release while on bail during his judicial process, he insisted that upon being convicted and sentenced, the situation changed.

“Appearing in court as an alleged innocent person is very different from serving a prison sentence as a convicted felon. The terms of the provisional release are not suggestions. Granting bail pending appeal only on the basis of fulfillment of pre-trial conditions is certainly not a ‘strong test’ and would render the notion of detention after sentencing and pending appeal meaningless. Expose.

Besosa also recalled that after Pina pleaded guilty at the federal level to bank fraud in 2015, a court barred her from possessing firearms, ammunition, destructive devices or any other dangerous weapon.

Too, Classified as a “fake ignorance” Pina claimed to be unaware of the weapons and ammunition found in his residence in Caguas. Because “It had been many years since he lived in the house… his own words belie this argument.”

The two-time federal convict was sentenced on May 24 to three years and five months in prison. The sentencing hearings were postponed five times, so that the owner of the record label Pina Records could also attend the graduation of his youngest son.

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