Nolan-Loving, 31, was indicted in October 2019 on drug conspiracy and distribution charges. He was part of the conspiracy run by Monterrio Fuller. Nolan-Loving’s lawyer, James Harry Philips, told the district judge that Nolan-Loving has been spending his time to rehabilitate himself since his arrest.
Other than a relapse, where Nolan-Loving was jailed until the drug cleared his system, he has complied with the terms of his pre-trial release. Nolan-Loving claimed the release was in response to the death of someone close to him and it did not occur to him to go back into drugs afterwards.
Fuller, the leader of the conspiracy, was sentenced to 5 years in prison during April. Nolan-Loving plead guilty to one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime in exchange for the rest of the charges against him. He was given the minimum sentence of 5 years in prison and was ordered to be taken into custody immediately, despite a request to be able to self report to prison.
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