United States v. Perez, No. 09-CR-629 (JBW), 2010 WL 2540952 (E.D.N.Y. June 17, 2010)
Perez pled guilty to an illegal re-entry offense, for which he faced an advisory Guidelines range of imprisonment of between 21 and 27 months. He was sentenced to time served (11 months). Why? Other than his pre-trial detention:
He has a wife and newborn child in Mexico. Violation of supervised release charges remaining pending against defendant relating to another offense, distinct from that before the court. Defendant continues to serve the term of supervised release stemming from that separate offense.