United States of America v. Nathan Weeden

Nathan Weeden allegedly conspired with others to injure, oppress, threaten, and intimidate non-white and Jewish citizens of the United States, including members and guests of the Temple Jacob Synagogue.

Documents

Number Date Filed Document Filed By Pages Type Cost to Retrieve
1 06/27/2023 Original complaint filed by the United States government, alleging that Nathan Weeden engaged in a conspiracy to violate non-white and Jewish people in Michigan. 06/27/2023 4 pdf 0 View
2 06/27/2023 Plaintiff (Government) requesting from the court that this case remain under seal until the defendant has been arrested. 06/27/2023 1 pdf 0.2 View
3 06/27/2023 Breaks down the possible penalties for both counts: Conspiracy against Rights and Damage to Religious Property 06/27/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
4 - This document (4) was skipped in the docket. - 0 - 0 View
5 06/29/2023 This document (5) was skipped in the docket. 06/29/2023 0 - 0 View
6 06/29/2023 Defendant agrees to pay $25,000 toward counsel. 06/29/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
7 06/29/2023 The judge orders the Government to turn over disclose all evidence to the defendant. 06/29/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
8 06/29/2023 Details the conditions for Weeden's release after being arrested. 06/29/2023 4 pdf 0.4 View
9 06/29/2023 Specifies the rights of the defendant. 06/29/2023 1 - 0.1 View
10 06/29/2023 CJA 23 financial affidavit by defendant Nathan Weeden in support of request for court-appointed counsel [Saline] (ald) [DOCUMENT NOT AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD FROM PACER FILING SYSTEM] 06/29/2023 0 - 0 View
11 06/30/2023 Notice of hearing to discuss trial dates and justice motions. 06/30/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
12 06/30/2023 Defendant requests discovery from prosecutors. 06/30/2023 1 pdf 0 View
13 06/30/2023 Government's list of evidence, such as FBI interviews and recordings of the defendant in a 'vetting' interview for The Base. 06/30/2023 3 pdf 0.3 View
14 07/11/2023 Defendant's bond ($25,000 unsecured) and conditions of release. 07/11/2023 4 pdf 0.4 View
15 07/11/2023 Government seeks from the court to limit who on the defendant's side can see evidence after discovery. The concern is leaking personally identified information. 07/11/2023 2 pdf 0 View
15-1 07/11/2023 The protective order that the Government requests the court to approve. 07/11/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
16 07/11/2023 Government states that defendant does not oppose aforementioned Protective Order 07/11/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
17 07/11/2023 Defendant agreed to pay $25,000 07/11/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
18 07/17/2023 Hearing was held by video conference at the request of Defendant and with consent of both parties. Defense counsel's oral EOJ motion was granted by the Court and trial will be placed on Judge Jonker's October 2 trial docket. Counsel have to discuss the pending motion for protective order because regarding whose responsibility it is to redact information. 07/17/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
19 07/17/2023 Status conference meeting scheduled for August 17, 2023 at 10:30AM by video. 07/17/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
20 07/17/2023 Judge sets trial date to October 2, 2023. 07/17/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
21 07/17/2023 Judge orders the final pre-trial conference be held on September 25, 2023, and the trial to being on October 2, 2023. 07/17/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
22 07/26/2023 Status conference meeting re-scheduled from August 17, 2023 tto August 16, 2023. 07/26/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
23 08/01/2023 The Government seeks to withdraw the protective order around evidence to the defendant. 08/01/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
24 08/02/2023 Judge orders that the Motion for Protective Order is withdrawn, as the Government requested (23). 08/02/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
25 08/02/2023 The Government had the previous protect order withdrawn, this is a new protective order pertaining to releasing discovery evidence to the defendant. 08/02/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
25-1 08/02/2023 New Government requested protective order pertaining to discovery. 08/02/2023 3 pdf 0.3 View
26 08/04/2023 Judge orders new Government requested protective order pertaining to discovery. 08/04/2023 3 pdf 0.3 View
27 08/07/2023 Defendant changes lawyers to SBBL Law, PLLC 08/07/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
28 08/07/2023 Judge grant order for defendant to change lawyers to SBBL Law, PLLC 08/07/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
29 08/16/2023 Hearing was held by video conference with consent of all parties. Defendant participated in this conference. Defense counsel is still in the process of obtaining audio/video discovery from previous counsel.Defendant moved for an ends of justice continuance for 60 days. The Court granted a continuance for two months and will consult with Judge Jonker's chambers for a trial date in December or January. 08/16/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
30 08/16/2023 Judge orders the trial date be pushed out two months. 08/16/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
31 08/16/2023 Status conference scheduled for October 17, 2023 by video 08/16/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
32 08/16/2023 Judge orders the pre-trial (September 25, 2023) and trial October 2, 2023) dates to be adjourned without a date. 08/16/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
33 08/25/2023 Judge orders status conference on September 12, 2023 to discuss number of witnesses and expected length of the trial. 08/25/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
34 09/11/2023 Judge orders the status conference be rescheduled from September 12, 2023 to September 15, 2023. 09/11/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
35 09/15/2023 Judge sets the trial date to January 22, 2024 09/15/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
36 09/15/2023 Judge orders the cancellation of a status conference scheduled for October 17, 2023. 09/15/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
37 09/21/2023 Defendant Weeden requested that conditions of release by modified regarding his inability to be within 1,000 feet of the Temple Jacob. 09/21/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
38 09/22/2023 Judge grants defendant Weeden's request that conditions of release by modified regarding his inability to be within 1,000 feet of the Temple Jacob. 09/22/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
39 10/11/2023 As of October 31, 2023, this document is not yet available. Interested parties have time to request redactions before it is made public on PACER. 10/11/2023 0 - 0 View
40 09/15/2023 No notes on this meeting. It reportedly started at 10:04 and ended at 10:26 a.m. on September 15, 2023 09/15/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
41 10/25/2023 Defendant requesting more time to prepare for the case - 10 days. 10/25/2023 2 pdf 0.2 View
42 10/26/2023 Judge grants request by defendant's counsel for 10 days to prepare for the trial. 10/26/2023 2 - 0.2 View
43 11/02/2023 Defendant Nathan Weeden's motion to dismiss count one of the indictment or order disclosure of grand jury proceedings. 11/02/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
44 11/02/2023 Defendant Nathan Weeden's brief in support of motion to dismiss count one of the indictment or order disclosure of grand jury proceedings. 11/02/2023 15 pdf 1.5 View
45 11/02/2023 Undersigned counsel certifies, pursuant to Local Criminal Rule 47(b), that the brief in support of this motion does not exceed 10,800 words, including headings, footnotes, citations, and quotations. The word count is 4,437, according to Microsoft Word Version 16.77.1. 11/02/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
46 11/03/2023 Judge orders plaintiff to respond to defendant's motion to dismiss by November 22, 2023. 11/03/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
47 11/22/2023 Defendant is seeking dismissal, this is the government's response to that motion to dismiss. 11/22/2023 15 pdf 1.5 View
48 12/11/2023 Judge dismisses defendant's motion to dismiss and request to see grand jury transcripts. 12/11/2023 7 pdf 0.7 View
50 12/21/2023 The government's proposed jury instructions. 12/21/2023 62 pdf 3 View
51 12/23/2023 The government's proposed voir dire 12/23/2023 4 pdf 0.4 View
52 12/26/2023 Defendant's proposed voir dire. 12/26/2023 3 pdf 0.3 View
53 12/27/2023 Minutes of final pretrial conference as to defendant Nathan Weeden held before Judge Robert J. Jonker (Digitally Recorded) 12/27/2023 1 pdf 0.1 View
55 01/16/2024 The government submits the following list of case-in-chief exhibits for the Court's reference 01/16/2024 3 pdf 0.3 View
56 01/16/2024 Jury Instruction 01/16/2024 45 pdf 3 View
56-1 01/16/2024 Verdict Form 01/16/2024 2 pdf 0.2 View
58 01/21/2024 The government submits the following list of case-in-chief exhibits for the Court's reference 01/21/2024 3 pdf 0.3 View
59 01/22/2024 (RESTRICTED ACCESS) DOCUMENT by USA [Access to this document is available to the Court and attorney(s) for USA, Nathan Weeden only] 01/22/2024 0 - 0 View
60 01/22/2024 Jury trial, day 1. Jury selected Government exhibits 62, 63, 24, 51, 13-23 and 26-32 admitted into evidence. Government exhibit 8 admitted for purposes of voice identification. Government witness: Laura Fiss and Scott Payne. 01/22/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View
61 01/23/2024 Second amended exhibist list by the government as to Nathan Weeden. 01/23/2024 3 pdf 0.3 View
62 01/23/2024 Government stipulation of facts as to Nathan Weeden. 01/23/2024 3 pdf 0.3 View
63 01/22/2024 Order following jury instruction conference as to defendant Nathan Weeden 01/22/2024 2 pdf 0.2 View
63-1 01/23/2024 Exhibit A attached to the order (Doc. 63) 01/23/2024 2 pdf 0.2 View
64 01/23/2024 Jury trial, day 2. Juror excused from panel for medical reasons. Government witnesses: Scott Payne, John Fortunato, Youssef Barasneh, Reid DeVoge, Jerry Marek, Aaron Erkinnen. Government exhibits 1, 2, 4-11, 25, 33-37, 39-54, 61, 64-71, 76-78 admitted. 01/23/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View
65 01/24/2024 Defendant Nathan Weeden list of exhibits for the trial. 01/24/2024 2 pdf 0.2 View
66 01/24/2024 Final Exhibit List by government as to Nathan Weeden. 01/24/2024 3 pdf 0.3 View
67 01/24/2024 Jury trial, day 4. Closing arguments and jury instructions. Jury returns guilty verdict as to both counts. 01/24/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View
68 01/24/2024 Jury trial, day 3. Government witnesses: Aaron Erkinnen, David Holden. Government rests. Defendant's Rule 29 motion denied. Defense witnesses: Darren Foulker, Father Dustin Larson. Defendant rests. Government exhibits 72-80 and 55-60 admitted. Defense exhibits A-K, P-U, W-Z and AA-HH admitted. Partial instructions given 01/24/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View
69 01/25/2024 Jury trial, day 4. Closing arguments and jury instructions. Jury returns guilty verdict as to both counts. 01/25/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View
70 01/31/2024 The sentencing hearing has been scheduled for June 4, 2024. 01/31/2024 1 pdf 0.1 View