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Monday, August 24, 2015

OCTOBER SURPRISE! Steven Ingersoll, Roy Bradley Sentencing Delayed!

BREAKING NEWS!
 
According to an order filed this afternoon (August 24), Steven Ingersoll's sentencing date has been pushed back from September 24 to October 20, 2015 at 8:30 a.m to accommodate a hearing on the government’s motion for restraining order and its motion to compel Ingersoll to produce "complete and accurate financial information". That hearing is scheduled for September 24 at at 2:30 p.m.

According to the order filed today by U. S. District Judge Thomas L. Ludington, on August 11, 2015, the court conducted an "in-person status conference" with counsel for both Ingersoll and co-defendant Roy C. Bradley, Sr. to address issues that may arise during sentencing. 

The hearing focused on the "Presentence Investigation Report and associated information concerning Defendant Steven Ingersoll". Today's order stated that the presentence report for Bradley will be reviewed by Judge Ludington to "assess similar contested information" and the sentencing hearings for both defendants will be coordinated to avoid duplication.  

Judge Ludington ordered both parties to provide a list of witnesses that will be called during the sentencing hearing and any documents/exhibits the witnesses may rely on during their testimony on or before September 11, 2015. 

The witness list should briefly summarize the witness’s anticipated testimony and the anticipated amount of time for direct examination. Judge Ludington also directed both parties to exchange this information with each other. 

In addition, Judge Ludington indicated that the attorneys for Ingersoll and Bradley may file a supplemental brief concerning "a defendant’s ability to provide testimony at sentencing that might contradict with a jury finding" on or before September 11, 2015. (The government's response is due on or before September 25, 2015.)

Ludington ordered that the parties’ briefs are not to exceed 10 pages. 

Trick...or treat?


 

3 comments:

  1. It amazes me that a convicted felon is still walking the streets. Lock him up. Seize every dang thing he owns and his wife owns and sell it. Ingersoll will lie. He has lied and he is continuing to make a mockery of the legal system. He has had years of delays. He should already be sitting behind bars. Freeze all assets. All the delay is doing is giving him more time. Some of us would like to celebrate the felon is finally behind bars. FIFTEEN YEARS. ADD ANOTHER 15 FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH COURT ORDERS. He might get it in his arrogant head game time is over.

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    1. Most people agree with you completely!

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  2. Thought the 'contested information' for both of them was already dismissed a month or two ago? The next two months and especially October 20th will be very interesting.

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