Last we touched base with the Infinity2Global criminal trial (June 2019), defendant Richard Maike wanted to delay proceedings till February 2020. The issue then was Maike was playing attorney musical chairs. Ultimately Maike got his wish and then some, with the court delaying the trial till May 11th, 2020. Now due to COVID-19, the Infinity2Global [Continue reading…]
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A second superseding indictment has been filed against Richard Maike and the rest of the Infinity2Global defendant scammers. A first superseding indictment was filed back in July 2018. As with the first superseding indictment, there doesn’t appear to be much difference between the second superseding indictment and the original (filed June 2017).
Owing to Richard Maike’s ongoing attorney retention issues, the Infinity2Global criminal trial has been delayed again. As per a June 19th order, the trial is to be rescheduled no earlier than February 17th, 2020.
Following withdrawal of Richard Maike’s attorney back in April, he was given thirty days to find new counsel. Maike is a named defendant in the DOJ’s Infinity2Global criminal case, which is scheduled to go to trial on July 22nd. In a new motion filed on June 10th, Maike advises the court he’s found a new [Continue reading…]
Following a series of delays, Richard Maike’s Infinity2Global criminal trial has been scheduled for July 22nd. Now that date is in jeopardy, following news Maike’s attorney has quit.
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.
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.