U.S. District Court Judge William Terrell Hodges, who sentenced actor Wesley Snipes to 36 months in prison in 2008 for tax-related crimes, overruled a U.S. marshal who had sent the actor a letter directing him to report to the Bureau of Prisons no later than noon Sept. 2. The judge's order reaffirmed a decision he made Aug. 5 that set up a schedule for arguing all outstanding motions in Snipes' case, including a request from federal prosecutors to revoke the actor's bail. Hodges' order says that the actor can remain free “indefinitely” pending further order of the court. This case has more plot points than one of Snipes' action films.
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