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Joel Lingat Charged With Defrauding IRS Eschewed Protective Order Now 3500 Disputes

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 1 – Joel Lingat is charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS. His lawyer is opposing signing a protective order.        

     On September 23 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  The Assistant US Attorney described e-mails obtained from Lingat's employers.

 Judge Vyskocil asked the defense about it concerns about the protective order.

The answer was, they'd like to show some of the discovery to possible witnesses, and should have to tell the government which exhibits they want to show that way.

Jump cut to March 11, 2024 - with the trial looming on April 2, Judge Vyskocil ruled on the Government's motions in limine, noting the scheme to not pay payroll taxes at Moshe's Moving. The trial, she's ruled, is to end by April 12.

On March 26, Lingat's counsel wrote in stating that the 3500 material provided did not show that Marylou Palau, Cherry Maglaqui and others were, in fact, co-conspirators.

On April 1, Inner City Press checked in on the final pre-trial conference. The defense complained about wifi, and were told they cannot sit next to the swinging gate the jurors will come in through. Maximum trial length is two week. Watch this site.

The case is US v. Lingat, 21-cr-573 (Vyskocil) 


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