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United States v. Leslie Dantes Theodore (11 CR 829)(SDNY 2013)

 

MR. BELL: Your Honor, not for the purposes of the allocution. I will note that at the bottom of page 4 of the plea agreement, three lines from the bottom, there is a provision that does not frequently occur, but it may be worth making sure that Dr. Theodore understands.

THE COURT: Yes. Thank you.  The scheme that you have been telling me about related to no-fault insurance claims, is that correct?

THE DEFENDANT: Yes, your Honor.

THE COURT: And do you understand that in this letter agreement, you have agreed to withdraw any no-fault insurance claims that you have pending anywhere, whether it is in court or in an arbitration or anywhere else on behalf of yourself or any entities that you own?

THE DEFENDANT: Yes, your Honor.

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