L Berke Final Update

With the Friday the September 28th surrender date approaching quite rapidly (tomorrow is the day), it appears that the plaintiff and defendant attorneys have done their part.  The Honorable Judge Ellen S. Huvelle have signed off on the stipulation order, a document listing all the points that both the Larry Berke attorneys and the BOP attorneys have agreed (stipulated) to.

They have stipulated to the following points:

  1. Mr. Berke will be reassigned to FCC Tucson from FCC Florence.
  2. Mr. Berke will get these accommodations:

          a)     Specific unit assignment (bed space)
          b)     Certain TVs will be closed-captioned by default
          c)     Get an inmate helper
          d)     Get access to a TTY phone with additional time to use it (NOTE: more on this later in this post)
          e)     Interpreters – Live for medical and disciplinary activities and for any other activities as needed.
          f)      Interpreters – VRI for medical appointments and disciplinary hearings.
          g)     Visual alarms – two extra emergency lights will be installed at FCC Tucson
          h)     Access to inmate email called TRULINCS
          i)      Dry erase board and markers
          j)      Two interpreters at his intake when he surrenders (Admission & Orientation) and meetings related to his intake into the Federal prison system.

What does this mean for Mr. Berke?  Three things.  First, the Honorable Judge Huvelle signed an order effectively terminating the civil lawsuit.  Second, although the civil lawsuit is terminated, the signed order (not stipulation — see second link at end of this post) indicates that if the Bureau of Prisons do not finish an evaluation study on the feasibility of incorporating videophones into their prisons by May 2013, Mr. Berke can resume his lawsuit on that grounds.  Third, and finally, it means that barring any further developments in the Honorable Judge Pisano‘s courtroom, Mr. Berke will report to FCC Tucson tomorrow at noon as an inmate to serve his imprisonment for the VRS Fraud crimes.

Here are the filings for your reading pleasure.

Agreement to the Stipulation and Order is here
Judge Huvelle’s signed Order granting and denying the motion is here

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L Berke Lawsuit Discovery Dispute Update and more…

NOTE from VRSJustice: I apologize for the lateness of this post.  Something came up that took me away from my computer.  This should have been published on 9/19/2012.

 

Ever since the last update on the Larry Berke Lawsuit, there have been a flurry of activity in the D.C. PACER system.  After the hearing at 2:00 p.m., which apparently was a conference call not a court hearing, on Monday, September 17, 2012, Mr. Berke’s attorney submitted a Motion to Compel the defendants to submit documents and sources.

The motion had several issues copied from the original discovery request, which was not submitted to PACER.  These issues were expanded on in this motion with follow up clauses indicating the plaintiff’s willingness to work with the defendants — the Federal Bureau of Prisons — on the discovery process.

Also, the Honorable Ellen S. Huvelle ordered that the counsel for the defendants give the answers and documentation in response to the Motion to Compel to Mr. Berke’s counsel by 12:00 p.m. this Thursday, September 20, 2012.  It should be known that the counsel for the defendants agreed to do this by that date.  The order by the Honorable Judge more or less formalizes the agreement between the counsel of both parties.

Then after that order, Mr. Berke’s attorney submitted a reply to the Memorandum by the defendants (see this blog post on the opposition — here).  The reply was to re-emphasize Berke’s support for his original motion for a preliminary injunction.  The motion had well known expert witnesses submit written reports in support for the plaintiff’s motion.  These expert witnesses are Dr. Dennis Cokely and Richard Lorenzo Ray.  The reports argue the case for installing a VideoPhone at the prison that Mr. Berke is to report to (FCC Tucson).  Mr. Ray listed ways that the BOP could record videophone conversations (3 ways) and argues that doing so will not be cumbersome to BOP.

In the next post, I will be summarizing the pertinent points of the motion to compel and the subsequent updates since then, including the responses filed with PACER in attachment form.

Motion to Compel is here

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L. Berke Lawsuit Discovery Dispute

On Monday, September 17, 2012, there will be a conference on a discovery dispute to be held at 2:00 p.m. in Courtroom 23A over at the District Court of District of Columbia.

A discovery process is a part of the legal process where both parties research and perform additional investigation related to the plaintiff’s (Larry Berke) claim.  In this particular lawsuit, the plaintiff is Larry Berke, and the defendants are both the Federal Bureau of Prisons and Mr. Charles Samuels.  There is not enough information available via PACER to shed light on the circumstances behind the discovery dispute.  The recent memorandum filed by the BOP’s attorney (see my previous Larry Berke update here) may have been a part of this.

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Larry Berke Lawsuit Update

On September 4, 2012, a response opposing the preliminary injunction arising from the Larry Berke Lawsuit was filed with the U.S. District Court of District of Columbia by Ronald C. Machen Jr, the attorney representing the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBP) and Charles Samuels, Jr. in his official capacity as the Director of the Bureau of Prisons.

It was a response that refuted every allegation listed in the Larry Berke Lawsuit. Those allegations, that Larry Berke would lack access to, and be “irreparably harmed” on account of his hearing loss, are as follows:

  1. Medical Treatment and Rehabilitation
  2. Interpretive Services for Ordinary Prison Proceedings such as Orientation, Disciplinary Proceedings, Unit Team Meetings, Religious Programs, Employment and Education
  3. Communication With Those Outside The ADX Camp (video phone)
  4. Other Necessary Auxiliary Aids to Allow Effective Communication

Mr. Samuels indicated that and explained the reasons why the FBP has changed Larry Berke’s prison assignment from the ADX Camp in Florence, Colorado to the ADMAX Satellite Camp of the Federal Correctional Center (“FCC”) Tucson, located in Tucson, Arizona.  The FBP Inmate Locator was checked to see if anything changed with respect to Larry Berke’s incarceration information and no updated information was readily available to the public as of yet.

Moreover, one of the reasons for the assignment change is that it turns out that there is a deaf inmate already serving a life sentence in the FCC in Tucson, AZ.  So because there already is a deaf inmate, the FBP states that the Tucson FCC is well equipped to meet all of Larry Berke’s allegations raised in the lawsuit…except for one allegation concerning videophones, more on this later in this post.

The opposition by FBP to the preliminary injunction stated that the FBP will provide outside independent interpreting services from a local organization (side note:  there is only one local organization in Tucson, AZ and that is the Community Outreach Programs for the Deaf — http://www.copdaz.org) or even Video Remote Interpreting (“VRI”) for every step of Larry Berke’s prison stay, whether it be medical treatment, rehabilitation, employment, and all activities listed in the lawsuit.

Furthermore, the FBP stated that they already provide these for the deaf inmate already in the system.  They said that the lawsuit now has no merit, in no uncertain terms.  In order to satisfy all of the Larry Berke Lawsuit Allegations, the FBP will provide the following:

  1. Email through the BOP’s Trust Fund Limited Inmate Computer System (“TRULINCS”) to specific people
  2. A TTY (VRSJustice: more on why a TTY not VideoPhone later in this post)
  3. Access to live qualified ASL interpreters in person or VRI
  4. Access to visual alarms for fire and other emergency events
  5. Dry Eraser Boards for non-essential communication with others
  6. Closed Caption TV in the common area
  7. Access to a Closed-Captioned Telephone (captel)
  8. Access to an electronic bulletin board that contains a list of daily activities at the facility (available through the TRULINCS system)
  9. An inmate companion for assistance with daily living such as unscheduled movements, programs and activities

FBP and Samuels both said that they do provide reasonable accommodations to inmates with specific needs such as Larry Berke.  Having said these, the defendants said that the Judge should deny the preliminary injunction and allow the course of Justice flow — with Larry Berke reporting to prison in Tucson, Arizona.  I plan to monitor PACER over at the District Court of D.C. at the end of the day daily for any further developments.

Now to the question you may have on your mind — why a TTY?  Why not a video phone since this allows for functional equivalency in communication?  The response in the opposition explained it very well that even a 3rd grader could understand (meaning that the Judge, if she is not technically savvy, she will understand what they were trying to explain).  You have watched many shows on TV where prisoners talked through the glass/plexiglass window to someone on the other side — through a telephone, right?  There is a reason for that.  Every single inmate conversation with people on the outside is monitored and recorded.  With a videophone, the FBP effectively loses that ability to monitor and record conversations, and the recording would require translation services, of which translating may mean one thing for one translator and another for another translator.  Too problematic for FBP.  They needed a simpler way to monitor deaf inmates’ outside communication.

Cue in…the old dinosaur called “TTY”.  FBP can record and monitor all TTY conversations because it is completely in English and they have the monitoring and recording infrastructure in place to capture TTY signals through the telephone.

There is more.  Not only that, the FBP asserts that by using videophones, they have to open up their secure computer network to the public.  This is forbidden by the Department of Justice. They also stated that if Larry Berke’s family does not have a TTY, they can get one on loan from a local organization in Tucson for their use during Larry Berke’s incarceration.

Again, they were obviously building the case for their defense on using TTYs, effectively removing the final allegation in the lawsuit, leaving the lawsuit without merit.

Opposition to Larry Berke Lawsuit Preliminary Injunction is here
Attachment A in the Opposition (Declaration of Todd R. Craig, the Acting Chief of Security Technology for the FBP) is here

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Larry Berke and David Simmons Update

There have been a flurry of legal activity at the District Court of NJ. David Simmons had his probation revised to add a new special condition that he pay a monthly restitution payment of $50.  This was approved by the Honorable Judge Pisano on August 16, 2012.

The saga of Larry Berke‘s ever changing “report to prison” date continues with a very interesting turn of events.  Berke has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons et al alleging that the prison that Berke is to report to “does not have the appropriate facilities or accommodations for his needs as a Deaf individual.” (Berke v Federal Bureau of Prisons et al) The case number is 1:12-cv-01347-ESH.  This case will be presided over by the Honorable Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle.  The initial filing is at the end of this post for your reading pleasure.

In summary, because of the lawsuit, Berke’s legal team requested a delay of the surrender date while they meet with Honorable Judge Huvelle, representatives from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Bureau of Prisons, with the first meeting occurring on August 16, 2012.  All parties involved agreed not to oppose a change in the surrender date to September 28, 2012, and requested Honorable Judge Pisano as the sentencing judge to sign off on the change, which he did (although on the last order modifying the surrender date, he wrote down on the order that it was to be the last change).  The change of date will allow the Honorable Judge Huvelle to decide on the lawsuit by then.

The lawsuit has the potential of changing how Deaf prisoners are incarcerated in the country, so this case is something to watch.  This may have a ripple effect on any future sentencing for both known and unknown VRS Fraud defendants.

David Simmons Probation revision is here
Larry Berke Lawsuit Letter to Pisano is here
Larry Berke Change of Surrender Date is here
Larry Berke Lawsuit filed with the US District Court of the DC is here
[UPDATED] Larry Berke Judgment is here
[UPDATED] John TC Yeh Judgment is here
[UPDATED] Joseph Yeh Judgment is here

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Bonheyo & Bonheyo – Guilty

On August 21, 2012, plea arrangement documentation for Bridget Bonheyo and Jerome Bonheyo have been filed with the U.S. District Court of New Jersey.  In the documentation, both Bonheyos understood that the substance (meat) of the charge(s) against them was that they “participated in a scheme to cause [themselves] and others to make fraudulent video relay services (“VRS”) calls for [their] financial benefit.”

The Bonheyos agreed to plead guilty only to count two of their indictment in exchange for the government dismissing the remaining indictment.  If you recall, the indictment against them had seven counts:

  • Count 1: Conspiracy (18 U.S.C. 371)
  • Counts 2-3: Wire Fraud (18 U.S.C. 1343 and 2)
  • Counts 4-7: False Claims (18 U.S.C. 287 and 2)

Again, they have pled guilty to Count 2: Wire Fraud, all others will be dropped.  Sentencing has been scheduled for December 17, 2012 at 10:00 AM.  As with all other VRS cases, the sentencing date may be changed at the last notice.  The Bonheyos now have to go through their own pre-sentencing report investigation prior to sentencing.

Bonheyo Indictment is here (credit to http://ClercJr.wordpress.com for sharing this)
Plea Agreement for Bridget Bonheyo can be found here
Plea Agreement for Jerome Bonheyo can be found here
Sentencing schedule document from PACER can be found here

 

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Bonheyo & Bonheyo Update

There have been movement in the case against Bridget Bonheyo and Jerome Bonheyo in the summer. Their trial date was scheduled for June 20, 2012, but Prosecutor Ryan Faulconer requested a continuance of the trial, which was subsequently approved by the Honorable Judge Joel A. Pisano on June 11, 2012. According to the motion, there are three reasons Prosecutor Faulconer requested the continuance:

  1. The Bonheyo attorneys are working with the Prosecutor’s office on a possible plea bargain, and this would basically eliminate the need for a trial.
  2. That if the plea discussions do not work out, both the prosecutors and the defendants’ attorneys need time to prepare for trial
  3. Faulconer pointed to a United States Code section saying that granting continuance is far better than pushing for a trial sooner than later.  The USC Faulconer referred to is 18 U.S.C. § 3161(h)(7)(B)(ii) and (iv) — see this link:  http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/3161

The new trial date is now September 4, 2012.

Not only that, soon after the request for continuance, the Bonheyo attorney, Thomas Pryor, requested a modification to Ms. Bonheyo’s Conditions of Release to allow her to travel overseas to Turkey between the dates of June 28, 2012 and July 8, 2012. The motion was approved by the Honorable Judge Pisano with the condition that Ms. Bonheyo returns her passport upon her return.

Hearing Schedule Document is here
Conditions of Release Document is here.
Continuance Approval Document is here.

 

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Trial and Sentencing Hearings

What follows is a schedule of all trial and sentencing hearings. The times noted are in Eastern Time, and the hearings are held in Trenton, New Jersey at the District Court located at this address: 402 East State Street. The schedule is not set in stone because the court often reschedules at the last minute for any reason.

 
Defendant Hearing Date Last Updated
No defendants remaining

 

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Sentenced To

 
3:09-cr-00810-JAP ICSD Defendant Sentenced To
(terminated) Buscaron, Yosbel Sentence Date: October 15, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with standard conditions;
200 hours over 5 years of Community Service;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Fernandez, Lazaro Sentence Date: October 15, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with standard conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring (NOTE: judgment says 12 months, but paragraph says 200 months — probably a typo because 200 months is over 16 years);
200 hours over 5 years of Community Service;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Hutchinson, Wanda Sentence Date: March 20, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Bacallao, Jessica Sentence Date: March 20, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Valle, Kathleen All charges dropped after successfully completing a Pre-Trial Diversion program offered by Pre-Trial Services and the prosecutors
Charges dropped on December 6, 2011.
3:09-cr-00811-JAP DHIS Defendant Sentenced To
(terminated) Azrelyant, Irma Sentence Date: July 15, 2013
Sentenced: 1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
4 years of probation after the confinement.
Fine: waived in lieu of restitution.
Restitution: $7 million dollars (interest waived).
Special assessment: $100 due immediately
(terminated) Finkle, Joshua Sentence Date: December 14, 2012
Sentenced: 1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
4 years of probation after the confinement.
Fine: waived in lieu of restitution.
Restitution: $7 million dollars (interest waived).
Special assessment: no assessment but is up to the judge.
(terminated) Strusa, Oksana Sentence Date: December 14, 2012
Sentenced: 3 years of probation imposed with standard conditions.
Fine: waived in lieu of restitution.
Restitution: $2.5 million dollars (interest waived).
Special assessment: $100.00 (due immediately).
(terminated) Holovkin, Hennadii Sentence Date: December 27, 2012
Sentenced: 3 years of probation imposed with standard conditions.
Fine: waived in lieu of restitution.
Restitution: $2.5 million dollars (interest waived).
Special assessment: None specified in judgment.
(terminated) Iskandarova, Alfia Sentence Date: July 15, 2013
Sentenced: 3 years of probation imposed with standard conditions.
Fine: waived in lieu of restitution.
Restitution: $2.5 million dollars (interest waived).
Special assessment: $100.00 (due immediately).
(terminated) Zfati, Nathan Sentence Date: March 14, 2012
Sentenced:     5 years probation with special conditions;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government (interest waived)
$100 special assessment fee
3:09-cr-00856-JAP Viable Defendant Sentenced To
(terminated) Yeh, John T. Sentence Date: November 30, 2011
Sentenced: 108 months in a minimum security Federal Prison Camp;
3 years of post-prison supervised release;
$20 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
Reported to Prison: January 30, 2012
Inmate Number: 50807-037 at FPC Schuylkill in Pennsylvania
Release Date: October 14, 2019, estimated
(terminated) Yeh, Joseph Sentence Date: November 30, 2011
Sentenced: 55 months in a minimum security Federal Prison Camp;
3 years of post-prison supervised release;
$20 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
Reported to Prison: January 30, 2012
Inmate Number: 50806-037 at FPC Schuylkill in Pennsylvania
Release Date: January 26, 2016, estimated
(terminated) Tropp, Donald Sentence Date: March 21, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Mowl, Anthony Sentence Date: December 17, 2012
Sentenced: 1 year probation with special conditions;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Viable Communications, Inc. Sentence Date: November 30, 2011
Sentenced: $20 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
3:09-cr-00857-JAP Master/KL/Mascom Defendant Sentenced To
(terminated) Hawkins, Kim E. Sentence Date: January 10, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Berke, Larry Sentence Date: December 19, 2011
Sentenced: 24 months in a minimum security Federal Prison Camp (FPC);
3 years of post-prison supervised release;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
Reported to Prison: Tucson USP
Inmate Number: 81281-208
Release Date: 06-24-2014
(terminated) Berke, Dary Sentence Date: April 3, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$1 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Goetz, Lisa Sentence Date: January 27, 2012
Sentenced: 5 years probation with special conditions;
1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Simmons, David Sentence Date: March 21, 2012
Sentenced: 1 year probation with no special conditions;
$1 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
3:09-cr-00858-JAP Viable Arizona Contractors Sentenced To
(terminated) Pena, Benjamin Sentence Date: October 16, 2012
Sentenced: 55 months to Federal Prison; 3 years on supervised probation;
$1.28 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
$1 million forfeiture (in addition to restitution)
Reported to Prison: Tucson USP
Inmate Number: 81288-208
Release Date: 11-21-2016
(terminated) Rubeck, Robert “Zack” Sentence Date: October 16, 2012
Sentenced: probation for 1 year;
$1 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Frankel, Tamara Sentence Date: March 15, 2012
Sentence Date: October 16, 2012
Sentenced: probation for 1 year;
$1 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government
3:09-cr-00859-JAP Deaf Studio 29 defendants Sentenced To
(terminated) Marc Velasquez Verson Sentence Date: July 22, 2013
Sentenced: 3 years probation with special conditions;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the the U.S. Government
(terminated) Ellen Thompson Sentence Date: July 22, 2013
Sentenced: 3 years probation with special conditions;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the the U.S. Government
(terminated) Doris Martinez Sentence Date: July 22, 2013
Sentenced: 2 years probation with standard conditions;
$2.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the the U.S. Government
3:11-cr-00861-JAP Bonheyo & Bonheyo LLC defendants Sentenced To
(terminated) Bridget Bonheyo Sentence Date: January 7, 2015
Sentenced: 3 years probation with special conditions;
$18.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the U.S. Government
(terminated) Jerome Bonheyo Sentence Date: January 7, 2015
Sentenced: 3 years probation with special conditions;
$18.5 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the U.S. Government
3:14-cr-00128-JAP Hawk Relay defendants Sentenced To
(terminated) Samuel “Sam” Hawk  Sentence Date: January 14, 2015
Sentenced: 55 months to Federal Prison;
3 years of post-prison supervised release;
$18,987,188 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government — $25 payable every quarter from prison, a minimum of $200 per month 30 days after release from prison
Reported to Prison: Schuylkill FCI (same prison as John and Joseph Yeh)
Inmate Number: 71290-066
Release Date: 02-01-2019
(terminated) Bryce Chapman Sentence Date: December 17, 2014
Sentenced: 3 years probation with special conditions;
$18.9 million restitution to be paid to the U.S. Government;
Special Assessment of $100 paid immediately to the U.S. Government
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VRS Case List

3:14-cr-00128

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3:09-cr-00810-JAP ICSD defendants
3:09-cr-00810-JAP-1 Yosbel Buscaron (terminated)
3:09-cr-00810-JAP-2 Lazaro Fernandez (terminated)
3:09-cr-00810-JAP-3 Wanda Hutchinson (terminated)
3:09-cr-00810-JAP-4 Jessica Bacallao (terminated)
3:09-cr-00810-JAP-5 Kathleen Valle (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP DHIS defendants
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-1 Irma Azrelyant (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-2 Joshua Finkle (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-3 Nathan Zfati (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-4 Oksana Strusa (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-5 Alfia Iskandarova (terminated)
3:09-cr-00811-JAP-6 Hennadii Holovkin (terminated)
3:09-cr-00856-JAP Viable defendants
3:09-cr-00856-JAP-1 John T.C. Yeh (terminated)
3:09-cr-00856-JAP-2 Joseph Yeh (terminated)
3:09-cr-00856-JAP-3 Anthony Mowl (terminated)
3:09-cr-00856-JAP-4 Donald Tropp (terminated)
3:09-cr-00856-JAP-5 Viable Communications, Inc (terminated)
3:09-cr-00857-JAP Master/KL/Mascom defendants
3:09-cr-00857-JAP-1 Kim E. Hawkins (terminated)
3:09-cr-00857-JAP-2 Larry Berke (terminated)
1:12-cv-01347-ESH Larry Berke Lawsuit (terminated)
3:09-cr-00857-JAP-3 Dary Berke (terminated)
3:09-cr-00857-JAP-4 Lisa Goetz (terminated)
3:09-cr-00857-JAP-5 David Simmons (terminated)
3:09-cr-00858-JAP Viable Arizona Contractors defendants
3:09-cr-00858-JAP-1 Benjamin Pena (terminated)
3:09-cr-00858-JAP-2 Robert Z. Rubeck (terminated)
3:09-cr-00858-JAP-3 Tamara Frankel (terminated)
3:09-cr-00859-JAP Deaf Studio 29 defendants
3:09-cr-00859-JAP-1 Marc Velasquez Verson (terminated)
3:09-cr-00859-JAP-2 Ellen Thompson (terminated)
3:09-cr-00859-JAP-3 Doris Martinez (terminated)
3:11-cr-00861-JAP Bonheyo & Bonheyo LLC defendants
3:11-cr-00861-JAP-1 Bridget Bonheyo (terminated)
3:11-cr-00861-JAP-2 Jerome Bonheyo (terminated)
3:14-cr-00128-JAP Hawk Relay LLC defendants
3:14-cr-00128-JAP-1 Samuel Hawk (terminated)
3:14-cr-00128-JAP-2 Bryce Chapman (terminated)
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