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Judge Postpones Plea Agreement in John Campos Case

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Black Friday defendant John Campos had reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. In a stunning turn of events, The Washington Post has reported that United States District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan refused to accept the plea deal. Kaplan ordered the prosecution to submit in writing, “why they let former St. George banker John Campos plead guilty to a misdemeanor bank gambling charge rather than a felony.” Kaplan has enough power as a judge to reject the plea deal.

John Campos faces a number of charges and he has allegedly said to have processed $200 million in gambling proceeds from late 2009 to 2011. The Washington Post reported that Assistant United States Attorney Arlo Devlin-Brown said “There would be a risk that a jury on that basis could have a problem,” United States District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan will not make a decision on whether or not to accept the plea until a June 27 sentencing.



Source : The Washington Post

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