Attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein, arguing for their client’s pretrial release, on Thursday laid out at least 14 “highly restrictive conditions” to counter concerns that he may flee or present a danger to the community, if released before trial.
In a letter to U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman of the Southern District of New York, Epstein’s lawyers proposed the use of surveillance cameras, GPS monitoring, as well as deregistering his private jet and other forms of transportation to ensure that Epstein would appear for trial on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges.
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