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Victim Witness Pending Cases

If you believe you are a victim* in one of the below-listed cases and have not already received official notice of your status, please

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* The Justice for All Act (Title 18, United States Code, §3771) defines a crime victim as a person directly and proximately harmed as a result of the commission of a Federal offense. In the case of a crime victim who is under 18 years of age, incompetent, incapacitated, or deceased, the legal guardians of the crime victim or the representative of the crime victim’s estate, family members, or any other persons appointed as suitable by the court, may assume the crime victim’s rights under the Act.

Great Movers, Inc.: U.S. v. Yakov Moroz, et al.


Aventura Technologies, Inc.: U.S. v. Jack Cabasso, et at.


FIFA: U.S. v. Juan Angel Napout, et al. and Related Cases

CR-15-0252 (S-1) – Superseding Indictment US v. Alfredo Hawit et al 
CR-15-0252 (S-1) – Press release re Superseding Indictment US v. Alfredo Hawit et al. 
CR-13-402 – United States v. Daryll Warner Information 
CR-13-584 – United States v. Daryan Warner Information
CR-13-602 – United States v. Charles Blazer Information 
CR-14-609 – United States v. Jose Hawilla, et al. 
CR-15-240 – United States v. Zorana Danis 
CR-15-564 – United States v. Fabio Tordin 
CR-15-569 – United States v. Luis Bedoya 
CR-15-585 – United States v. Roger Huguet
CR-15-570 – United States v. Sergio Jadue 


U.S. v. Jordan Ross Belfort


Platinum Partners: U.S. v. Mark Nordlicht et al


Stock symbols CYNK and VLNX: U.S. v. Robert Bandfield et al


D.H.B.: U.S. v. Dawn Schlegel et al, Criminal Docket No. CR-06-550


D.H.B. Press release 10-25-07


U.S. v. Jonathan Winston et al, Criminal Docket #CR-00-1248


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Updated April 1, 2024