- Michael Cohen v. William Barr, et al., No. 1:20-cv-5614-AKH (S.D.N.Y. July 23, 2020) Order Granting Preliminary Injunction, Dk. 30
Court finds that "Respondents' purpose in transferring Cohen from release on furlough and home confinement back to custody was retaliatory in response to Cohen desiring to exercise his First Amendment rights to publish a book critical of the President and to discuss the book on social media. Accordingly, Respondents are hereby enjoined from any continuing or future retaliation against Cohen for exercising his First Amendment rights." Court ordered Cohen's release from custody.
- US v. Bolston, No. 1:18-cr-382-MLB (N.GA Mar 30, 2020)
Order Granting Release Pending Final Revocation Hearing on SR, Dkt. 20 releasing defendant in part because "the danger inherent in his continued incarceration at the R.A. Deyton Detention Facility . . . during the COVID-19 outbreak justif[y] his immediate release from custody"
- US v. Nash, No. 1:13-cr-0293-BAH (D.D.C. Mar. 16, 2020) Motion to Terminate Supervised Release, Dkt. 25
- US v. Olney, No. 1:19-cr-0181-JEB (D.D.C. Mar. 26, 2020) Order Granting Emergency Motion to Release Defendant from Custody to Supervised Release, Dkt. 31
- US v Bell, Emergency Motion for Immediate Transfer to Home Confinement (3/19/20) (D. Md.)
- US v Cook, Government's Motion to Reconsider the Court's Order Granting Defendant's Emergency Motion for Immediate Transfer to Home Confinement (3/23/20) (D. Md.)
- US v Oliver, Government's Response in Opposition to Defendant's Emergency Motion for Immediate Transfer to Home Confinement (3/25/20) ( D. Md.)
- US v Oliver, Emergency Motion for Immediate Transfer to Home Confinement, with Proposed Order (3/23/20) (D. Md.)