United States District Court, D. Nevada
November 21, 2014
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
ARNOLD MYERS, Defendant
For Rosalio Alcantar, Defendant: Craig W Drummond, LEAD ATTORNEY, Craig W. Drummond, P.C., Las Vegas, NV.
For Patrick Bergsrud, Defendant: David R Fischer, LEAD ATTORNEY, David R. Fischer, Esq., Las Vegas, NV.
For Robert Bolten, Defendant: Michael L. Becker, LEAD ATTORNEY, Las Vegas Defense Group, L.L.C., Las Vegas, NV; Michael V. Castillo, LEAD ATTORNEY, Las Vegas Defense Group, Las Vegas, NV.
For Glenn Brown, Defendant: Ray Capelovitch, LEAD ATTORNEY, PRO HAC VICE, Capelovitch Law, L.L.C., Clayton, MO; Patricia M Erickson, Law Office of Patricia M. Erickson, Las Vegas, NV.
For Paul Citelli, Defendant: David T. Brown, LEAD ATTORNEY, Brown, Brown & Premsrirut, Las Vegas, NV.
For Michelle Deluca, Defendant: Shawn R Perez, LEAD ATTORNEY, Law Office Of Shawn R. Perez, Las Vegas, NV.
For Charles Hawkins, Defendant: Patricia A Palm, LEAD ATTORNEY, Palm Law Firm, Ltd., Las Vegas, NV.
For Sami Robert Hindiyeh, Defendant: Anthony M Goldstein, LEAD ATTORNEY, Law Offices of Anthony M. Goldstein, Las Vegas, NV.
For Brian Jones, Defendant: Chris Allen Aaron, LEAD ATTORNEY, Aaron and Perry, Las Vegas, NV.
For Lisa Kim, Defendant: Charles E Kelly, Charles E. Kelly & Associates, Las Vegas, NV.
For Morris Mattingly, Defendant: Andrew M. Leavitt, Law Office of Andrew M. Leavitt, Las Vegas, NV.
For Anthony Roy Wilson, also known as Tony, Defendant: Frank T Vecchione, LEAD ATTORNEY, Law Office of Frank T. Vecchione, San Diego, CA; Christopher R Oram, Christopher R. Oram, Las Vegas, NV.
For Jeanne Winkler, Defendant: Jeremy M Delicino, LEAD ATTORNEY, Salt Lake City, UT.
For USA, Plaintiff: Thomas B.W. Hall, LEAD ATTORNEY, Alison L Anderson, United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, Washington, DC; Kathleen McGovern, Washington, DC; Mary Ann McCarthy, U.S. Department of Justice, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, Washington, DC.
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION
CAM FERENBACH, UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE.
Before the court is the Government's Motion to Dismiss Criminal Information Without Prejudice. (#247). On July 9, 2012, Defendant Myers entered a plea of guilty as to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. On August 9, 2014, Defendant Myers died; thus, the Government seeks to dismiss the criminal information without prejudice against Arnold Myers pursuant to Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 48(a). Id.
IT IS HEREBY RECOMMENDED that Government's Motion to Dismiss Criminal Information Without Prejudice (#247) is granted.