Infinity2Global executive Doyce Barnes has been sentenced to four years in prison.

Barnes sentencing follows a jury finding him guilty on mail fraud and securities fraud charges.

Barnes, along with co-defendants Richard Maike (right) and Faraday Hosseinipour, filed for an acquittal and new trial after their September conviction. The motion was denied prior to sentencing.

Maike, founder of Infinity2Global, was sentenced to 10 years in prison earlier this week. Hosseinipour is scheduled to be sentenced on January 5th.

The restitution component of Maike’s, Barnes’ and presumably Hosseinipour’s respective sentences, will be ruled on at a February 2nd hearing.

Although a date hasn’t been set yet, remaining I2G defendants Dennis Dvorin and Jason Syn have yet to stand trial.

In the interests of judicial efficiency, Dvorin and Lyn were “severed” from the primary I2G trial back in July.

It is expected Dvorin and Lyn will stand trial sometime after February 2023.

 

Update 7th January 2022 – Faraday Hosseinipour has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison.