Two Black Friday defendants have pleaded quality in the past few days. On Monday, it was reported that Chad Elie, a Las Vegas Businessman, pleaded guilty to conspiracy, a charge that will give him up to a year in prison.
Elie will also pay back the $500,000 he earned from processing online poker payments. Yesterday, Forbes reported that John Campos, the SunFirst Bank Vice Chariman, also has [...] Read more » Two Black Friday defendants plead guilty
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
The pictures are really scary, they already have guilty look, that may not have helped them… Does the time they have already spent in prison counts to decrease the time they will still have to be arrested, or not? I never understood very well the remand matter, when someone is arrested to prevent future crimes before he is judged.