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Case Events - Frederick Darren Berg


United States v. Frederick Darren Berg CR10-310

All court events in this case will take place at the United States District Court, 700 Stewart St., Seattle, Washington 98101.

Please be aware that many criminal cases are resolved by a plea agreement between the United States Attorney’s Office and the defendant.  You should also know that it is not unusual for a defendant to seek to negotiate a plea agreement shortly before a trial is scheduled to begin.  Plea agreements can be made at any time and leave little or no opportunity to provide notice to the victims of the date and time of the plea hearing.  If you want to inform the prosecutor of your views regarding potential plea agreements, or any other aspect of the case, please contact Maggie Land, Victim Witness Specialist, at 206.553.2906 or toll free 1.800.797.6722.





Darren Berg pled guilty to one count of Wire Fraud, one count of Money Laundering and one count of Bankruptcy Fraud.

The sentencing date is set for November 4, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Darren Berg is to remain in custody.

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1/14/2011 The Court GRANTS the parties' stipulated motion to continue the trial date. The trial date is continued to October 3, 2011.

Federal Criminal charges have been filed against Frederick Darren Berg, for nine (9) counts of Wire Fraud an one (1) count of Money Laundering.

The public is reminded that the Felony Information (criminal charging document) filed against the defendant contains only allegations, and that the defendant must be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

(View Criminal Charging Document)

(Open Victim Impact Statement)

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