Category Archives: Sentencing

Two Sentenced, 11 More To Go…

As of October 16, 2012, two additional VRS Fraud defendants have been sentenced by the Honorable Judge Joel A. Pisano. Benjamin Pena has been sentenced to 55 months of imprisonment on counts 1,2,3,5, and 6 of his indictment, all counts … Continue reading

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Buscaron and Fernandez Update

VRSJustice NOTE: My web hosting company had issues and vrsjustice.com went down for some time. It is now back. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If this occurs again in the future, I am going to change … Continue reading

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Larry Berke and David Simmons Update

There have been a flurry of legal activity at the District Court of NJ. David Simmons had his probation revised to add a new special condition that he pay a monthly restitution payment of $50.  This was approved by the … Continue reading

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Bonheyo & Bonheyo – Guilty

On August 21, 2012, plea arrangement documentation for Bridget Bonheyo and Jerome Bonheyo have been filed with the U.S. District Court of New Jersey.  In the documentation, both Bonheyos understood that the substance (meat) of the charge(s) against them was … Continue reading

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Trial and Sentencing Hearings

What follows is a schedule of all trial and sentencing hearings. The times noted are in Eastern Time, and the hearings are held in Trenton, New Jersey at the District Court located at this address: 402 East State Street. The … Continue reading

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Sentenced To

  3:09-cr-00810-JAP ICSD Defendant Sentenced To (terminated) Buscaron, Yosbel Sentence Date: October 15, 2012 Sentenced: 5 years probation with standard conditions; 200 hours over 5 years of Community Service; 1 year of home confinement and electronic location monitoring; $2.5 million … Continue reading

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