UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY, Crim. No. 16-155(JLL) Hon. Jose L. Linares - Newark, New Jersey UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, -vs- Guy Gentile Defendant. For Guy Gentile - Adam C. Ford, Esq. Ford O’Brien LLP - and Chad D. Seigel, Esq. Law Offices of Tacopina & Seigel, P.C. Attorneys
GUY GENTILE’S MOTION TO DISMISS THE INDICTMENT BASED ON
VIOLATIONS OF THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
HIS RIGHT TO A SPEEDY TRIAL, AND
HIS RIGHT TO DUE PROCESS
Upcoming Court appearance is likely to deliver a dismissal of charges
For those of you interested in this case CW highly recommends you keep an eye on cooperatingwitness.com and the online site, ‘Securities Lawyer 101’ who have delivered two excellent articles with the latest updates – their last being on September 15 when they developed a very thorough piece on the latest Guy Gentile legal maneuvers. It brought clarity for those that needed it and a balanced view that none the less led one to understand that Guy Gentile could have his case dismissed, and as early as this year.
We strongly believe in Guy Gentile’s side of the story and this is reinforced for us by his refusal of the government’s supposedly generous offer to plead guilty to a felony, report to a probation officer for a year, and then see the matter ended. According to prosecution documents, several additional attempts to reach a plea agreement were made, but to no avail. No wonder Gentile is angry – he’s furious with good reason at this wholesale treachery by government agencies.
In their latest article on December 15 Securities Lawyer 101 published the latest news on the matter and covered every aspect of the legal back and fourths pulling no punches when giving their opinion on the final outcome on Wednesday December 21 – that Guy Gentile could and should win the day! And from our perspective, rightly so!
Securities Lawyer 101 write:
We expect that the statute of limitations issue will determine the outcome of this case. With respect to this, Gentile’s argument is sound and well developed
If he (Judge Hon. Jose L. Linares) finds Gentile’s arguments on the statute of limitations and speedy trial convincing, he could dismiss the case at that point. As the Judge noted at the last hearing, “[I]f I went ahead and decided those issues, if you were to win, we don’t have to get to these other issues, right?” If not, an evidentiary hearing will take place.
See the full article at https://www.securitieslawyer101.com/2016/fbi-informant-guy-gentile-pushes-back/