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United States vs Bernard Roemmele, Salvatore Argento, Lester Gillespie, Steve Hein, and Ben Tobin - Case Information

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Date
Document
  Lewis B. Freeman, Receiver (http://www.prsiinc.com/), Additional Case Information
08/24/2004
Indictment (PDF)
08/26/2004
09/01/2004
03/10/2005 Plea Agreement: Ben Tobin (PDF)
03/10/2005 Plea Agreement: Salvatore Argento (PDF)
05/27/2005
05/27/2005 Notice of Sentencing: Salvatore Argento (PDF)
08/04/2005 Letter to Victims 2 (PDF)
08/12/2005 Order Granting Continuance of Trial Date: Bernard Roemmele and Steve Hein (PDF)
08/15/2006 Press Release (PDF)
09/01/2006 Notice of Sentencing: Bernard Roemmele and Steve Hein (PDF)
09/26/2006 Order Granting Defendants' Motion for Extension of Time to File Post-Trial Motions and Continuing Sentencing: Bernard Roemmele and Steve Hein (PDF)
12/12/2006 Order Granting Defendants' Motions for Continuance of Sentencing: Bernard Roemmele and Steve Hein (PDF)
 

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