The able US District Court Judge Kiyo Matsumoto has entered the eight page PDF judgment (that’s a new document!), and signed the order of forfeiture (unadulterated from the preliminary version, but for the date), in this matter. [The restitution figure will appear in an April 9, 2018 amendment.]
The erstwhile judge has suggested “camp” (or “University of“) Canaan, but that is clearly within the discretion of the Department of Probation. So, we await a final facility call, by that department.
I suppose one other interesting feature of the judgment is that it requires, on or before his supervised release, that he submit — to the Dept. of Probation — a DNA sample, and completely accurate financial records — for ease of tracking his compliance with the conditions.
Of course, this means no pot smoking (assuming it is not yet legal, by the time he is released, in New York) — no managing any money of any other person… and then all the other more customary conditions.
But as I say, Mr. Brafman has appealed — so this story is subject to some minor revisions, in the next couple of years. UPDATED: 03-29-18 @ 12:30 PM EDT — the appeal has been assigned a case number in the Second Circuit. That (for the purpose of finding it, in PACER) will be… 18-819. Now you know — end, update.
What is not open for revision, though — is Marty’s freedom. He has been — and will be — in custody of some sort, during the entirety of the appeals.
I can all but guarantee that outcome.