Last we checked in the scheduled January 2019 Infinity2Global criminal trial had been postponed. As per a November 5th order, a new jury trial date has been scheduled for July 22nd, 2019.
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Richard and Angela Maike, Doyce Barnes, Richard Anzalone, Faraday Hosseinipour, Dennis Dvorin and Jason Syn were scheduled to face trial on January 7th, 2019. Following ongoing discovery issues and attorney substitution, that court date has now been vacated.
Richard Maike and Richard Anzalone have filed motions to continue the Infinity2Global criminal trial. The trial is currently scheduled for January 7th, 2019. The DOJ has opposed the motion and argues that the defendants are trying to delay trial.
Back in early August, Richard Maike filed a motion arguing the DOJ’s use of public webinars constituted an illegal wiretap. The court has rejected Maike’s arguments and dismissed the motion.
In an attempt to gut the DOJ’s criminal case against him, Richard Maike claims recordings of incriminating webinars are illegally obtained wiretaps. If that sounds ridiculous… it’s because it is.
The DOJ has filed a superseding indictment against all seven Infinity2Global defendants on July 11th. A superseding indictment replaces an existing indictment and is filed either due to legal defect or grand jury irregularity.
Last June a grand jury returned an indictment against Richard Maike, his wife Angela Leonard-Maike and affiliates Doyce Barnes, Richard Anzalone, Faraday Hosseinipour, Dennis Dvorin, Jason Syn. I’d been following Richard Maike’s case docket and while I was aware the other defendants had separate case dockets, assumed they’d be consolidated. Turns out that’s not the case, [Continue reading…]
Following a “complex case” designation, the Infinity2Global trial was put on hold pending a filed joint litigation plan. On October 6th that plan was filed, with Judge McKinley signing off on the proposed dates on October 26th.
With the jury trial on August 28th approaching, last month Richard Maike moved to have the case declared complex and the trial delayed. Maike’s motion was filed with his wife Angela, Doyce Barnes and Richard Anzalone. Faraday Hosseinipour later filed a response in support of the motion. The DOJ didn’t object and so on August [Continue reading…]
On the day he was indicted, Richard Maike filed a motion seeking disqualification of a DOJ attorney working the case Assistant United States Attorney Marisa Ford filed the April criminal complaint against Maike. She also lead the DOJ’s intervention in Maike’s defamation case against whistleblower Chuck King. As part of proposed settlement in the defamation case, [Continue reading…]