William Hamel of Dinkes & Schwitzer Pleads Guilty, Allegedly Pays $300K Fine to Class A Misdemeanor: Facilitation Of A Crime In The 4th: Which Deems Wm Hamel A Criminal And forces The Question: Where Did He get The $300K He Paid In Fines, And Was The $300K (And More), Reported On His Taxes? We Doubt It!

April 23, 2013 § 2 Comments

Hamel Mug Shot

(Photo courtesy World-News-Media.com)

Dear Readers,

Remember this guy? This is Dinkes & Schwitzer’s William Hamel in his Mug Shot that our Court sources have provided us.  Well we have more news everybody: William Hamel, Esq.  pleaded guilty to a Class A Misdemeanor in the 4th Degree: Facilitation of a Crime. (See last photo below) The amount of the check which is for $300,000 should demonstrate the seriousness of William Hamel’s alleged crimes. (Photo, just below) Please notice that the Capital One Bank address is 32nd and Park while Dinkes & Schiwtzer is located at 30th and Mad. By the way, if there’s any doubt that this was allegedly paid by Hamel, we are also posting the Case file of William Hamel, (Photo below)

We may also add that the amount of the Fine allegedly paid by Hamel demonstrates the severity of the crime. Now let’s see how the Disciplinary Committee reacts………

William Hamel's $300K Fine paid in the for mof a Bank Check as the Government does not trust him--as well they shouldn't!

William Hamel’s $300K Fine paid in the for mof a Bank Check as the Government does not trust him–as well they shouldn’t! (Photo courtesy World-News-Media.com)

Hamel Mug Shot Prisoner Moverment Slip

We don’t think your’re photogenic, Mr. Hamel, Esq. (Photo courtesy World-News-Media.com)

Look at the 4th line, 2nd column, (in photo below), Hamel, William who was the alleged Ring leader, (as Honorable Judge Barrett, the Judge on the case explained in one of his decisions where Hamel and his lawyer, Newman, ((4th Column, under “Attorney” 4th line 4th column)), tried to get the case against Hamel dismissed–we will give an excerpt of Barrett’s Decision later on)….. In fact Judge Barrett in his decision denying Hamel’s ridiculous bid for dismissal goes on to call the defendants “the Hamel defendants”.–Very interesting wouldn’t you say?

Please notice, First 1/2 of written line in the 6th Column: "Crim Facil 4". --(which means Criminal Facilitation). Second written line in the 6th Column: PG--(which means Pleads/Plead Guilty) to 115.00 (Photo courtesy World-News-Media)

Please notice, First 1/2 of written line in the 6th Column: “Crim Facil 4”. –(which means Criminal Facilitation). Second written line in the 6th Column: PG–(which means Pleads/Plead Guilty) to 115.00 (Photo courtesy World-News-Media.com)

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§ 2 Responses to William Hamel of Dinkes & Schwitzer Pleads Guilty, Allegedly Pays $300K Fine to Class A Misdemeanor: Facilitation Of A Crime In The 4th: Which Deems Wm Hamel A Criminal And forces The Question: Where Did He get The $300K He Paid In Fines, And Was The $300K (And More), Reported On His Taxes? We Doubt It!

  • C says:

    Your articles are compelling. As citizens, we want these so-called judges out of the Judiciary since they are in league with crooked lawyers who are both stealing our money.

    Like

  • s says:

    We are fed up with white collar corruption in New York government. DOJ, Preet Bharara get rid of these con men and women who have ruined New York life for all of us.

    Like

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