William Hamel, Forced To Confess To Crime As He Was Caught In Commission Allegedly Continued To Commit Crimes While Let Out Of Jail On Conditional Discharge Plus $300K Fine: The Public Is Well Informed
March 25, 2014 § Leave a comment
As we have previously posted, forced to confess to crime as he was caught on tape while doing it, was allowed out of doing Jail time plea bargaining for a conditional discharge, (Cond. Dis.) plus the payment of a $300K fine to the government–as we have said before, this is a very unique and rare punishment as, the monetary fine demonstrates the severity of the crime, it also demonstrates the severity of the crime especially since it was committed by an attorney who is well aware, (generally), of the confines of the law. In fact, many, if not most would have been jailed.
The $300K check as well as the Cond. Dis. for Criminal facilitation, (Crim. Facil.), below:
To all those who might not know, if a person is caught committing crimes whilst on a Cond. Dis., that is before it expires, he can be re-sentenced. A Cond. Dis. usually expires after one year.–It can be for more that one year.
From what we can see, and in our considered opinion, since Hamel has violated the subpoena, refusing to appear in court FOUR, (4) times, and the Court Order that bolstered it–Both those actions being illegal, Hamel has violated the law.–again.
We have many reasons to believe that Confessed criminal, Hamel, Dinkes & Schwitzer, Godosky & Gentile, (the latter being Hamel’s and Dinkes & Schwitzer’s defense attorney in quite a few cases as well as Robert Godosky being a member of the Departmental Disciplinary Committee, (DDC)) and for that matter much of the legal profession and community reads our blog.
And with Hamel admitting to Crim. Facil. paying $300K in Fines and allowed out on a Cond. Dis. he, as far as we are aware is still a practicing attorney, and has been since his admittance to crime without so much as a “tap” on the wrist!
Hmmmm, and his Defense Attorney is a member of the Disciplinary Committee…
Well, the people we’ve heard from, –and there have been and are many, have not only lost faith and will not hire Dinkes & Schwitzer, for whom again, as far as we know, Hamel is allegedly is still leading attorney, nor will they hire Hamel, from what they tell us. By the way we are members of this group who will never hire Hamel or Dinkes & Scwitzer.
The same people, including us, have no faith in the Departmental Disciplinary Committee.
We think we needn’t say more on the matter.
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