Joe Giudice DMV Fraud Trial Has A New Court Date!

Posted on Apr 10 2014 - 8:22pm by Editor

 

Joe Guidice CourtConvicted felon and househusband on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Joe Giudice was scheduled to appear in court on Jan 13 to face state DMV charges. A new court date of  June 2 is on the docket for the Superior Court in Paterson, New Jersey.

Joe is facing charges of identity fraud. He walked into a DMV office, presented false identification (his brother’s) to obtain a driver’s license while his own license was suspended.

Don’t expect Joe’s trial to start on June 2nd. The new date will likely be another status conference to set a trial date and file motions.

Joe’s attorney, Miles Feinstein, said that he does not expect the case to go to trial or be resolved through a plea deal until Joe Giudice is sentenced in early July in federal court.

Joe and his wife Teresa, pleaded guilty to several felony fraud charges and is currently scheduled to be sentenced on the federal charges on July 8th.

The constant delays are due to calendar conflicts of  Joe’s attorney, Miles Feinstein, who is currently preoccupied with an upcoming murder case.

Now that Joe is a convicted felon from the federal fraud case, that will be taken into consideration in the sentencing phase of the DMV case. If convicted of the DMV charges, Joe could face up to 10 years in prison.  

 

 

 

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  • WestCoastFeed

    Thanks for the info, Doc. Even though there really is no news to speak of here, at least we know that NJ penal system has not completely forgotten him.

    • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

      You’re welcome. It’s just an update and I’m pretty sure the date will be postponed again.

  • TartLemon

    I’m still trying to figure out how Juicy had a passport did not know he was NOT a US citizen. You have to appear in person with the documents to get the initial passport. After that, you can renew by mail. One of the documents must be a certified birth certificate.

    • WestCoastFeed

      I remember him saying, “I am a citizen, I have a green card.” Yes, he is that dumb.

      • shayvoe

        It’s not that HE is that dumb, he thinks we are that dumb. He knew he was not a citizen and that a green card didn’t make him one.

        • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

          BOOM!!!!

    • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

      He didn’t have a US Passport. He had an Italian passport that he would have had to renew at the Italian Embassy in New York City. He was a legal resident not a US citizen.

  • Marsbars09

    I don’t see how this is going to work since Joe will be spending years in the penn. If the June 2 trial date is postponed, and his federal sentencing is in July, will he serve his federal sentence first then be re-tried for illegally obtaining a driver’s license? If that’s so, Joe is probably going to spend most of his natural life behind bars.

    • WestCoastFeed

      From what his lawyer said, it sounds like they will arrive at a plea bargain on the DMV case once the sentence has been set on July 8th. It’s possible he could serve both State and Federal sentences concurrently.

      • MorningYawn

        Big fat raspberry… I hope it’s not concurrent… I know that makes me a “rich witch” but I just because they’re dishonest doesn’t mean I have to be!

        • WestCoastFeed

          I know, but the State might agree to it since it would save them the cost of incarcerating him.

  • Tre’s Twits aren’t Angelic

    At least it’s a beginning to the ending, ay.

    • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

      Hey TTaA….I bet ya it’ll get postponed again.

      • Tre’s Twits aren’t Angelic

        Yep, it probably will.
        Still the clown is hopefully looking at maybe 5 years combined, if they don’t do it concurrently, ay. Then ship his rear to Italy so they can greet their newest unfortunate shyster there. If he get’s a one way to Italy, at least then the people of NJ will have one drunk A-hole off their streets.

      • Tre’s Twits aren’t Angelic

        DocTah,
        Sophie, the ratbag rude, vile and obscene A-hole has resurfaced on ROL.
        S/he connected with me, West and Tart, Thursday nite (me around 11:30 p.m. or so PST).
        I wouldn’t be surprised if this b*tchtard comes here to spread all of the good tidings this C U next Tuesday has to offer.
        Just a heads up.

        • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

          Well if she does come here….you’re in charge of exterminating the roach. Have at it.

  • TartLemon

    Once I won $1250 in a slot machine and forgot to pay the taxes when I filed. IRS sent me notice after notice after notice until the $380 was paid. I called to make the arrangements and still the notices came until it was paid from the succeeding year’s refund. That was recommended by the IRS agent over the phone, because of the paperwork backup, a big chance any payment I made would have crossed in the mail. It all worked out okay.

    My point is Teresa/Juicy must have received mountains of notices for years before the ultimate indictment. That’s why I have no sympathy for the situation they are in or they put the children in.

    Will Teresa’s confession to more fraud with the ‘cash only/no receipts’ scam happening repeatedly be noticed by the prosecutors?

    • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

      Do you remember when they showed the lost footage at the end of season 5 where Milania brought in all that mail from the mailbox. Tre said she doesn’t check her mail. SMH!

      • Vince Foster, Jr.

        I have an idea!! Let’s each send a one dollar bill to Teresa to help defray her legal bills! or maybe we should just send a 1 cent>

        • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

          One cent would be perfect!!!

          • Babson_Chick

            sorry but I wouldn’t even waste a penny – would rather give to a charity – don’t plan to buy anything she has to offer

          • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

            Ain’t that the truth….they are not even worth pennies!

          • Newchild

            U B A hater!!!!!!! Sitting on the couch crying……

        • Newchild

          I’m in for 5K…..maybe more if I cash our 401K in…let’s get this ball rolling. Maybe Happy can match our contributions dolla for dolla? We can dig T & J out of their unfortunate circumstances if we really, really try. Everybody who doesn’t is just a hater!

      • Babson_Chick

        Now we know why she didn’t want to check her mail – only received past due notices, pay up or else notes, letters from lawyers, notices of credit card cancellations and a Santa has moved letter without forwarding address.

        • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

          Ahahahaha! ^^^Hilarious Babs. Especially the Santa has moved with no forwarding address. Damn…you know it’s bad when Santa don’t want nothing to do with ya. How could she live like that? Receiving all those notices and just ignoring them?

          • Babson_Chick

            Hi Doc!! I figure it’s Giudice Logic = makes not sense at all (never has – never will)

    • shayvoe

      We owed a paltry, by comparison, $7,000 to the IRS. We received a letter 3 years after the tax year in question informing us. This amount included penalties and interest. We had moved to another state, and put our furniture in storage for 3 months until our house was completed. Our accountant claimed the entire 3 months as a deduction. We were informed that only on an international move could you claim longer than a month for storage of your household goods. On a domestic move, you can only claim 30 days. We were informed by the IRS that the money had to be paid by a certain date, or they would put a lien on our home, garnish our wages and take all future income tax refunds until the money was paid. We worked out a plan with them, and they let us pay it over a year, and they kept our income tax refund which was $5,000 that year. The IRS does not play, so WHY are these two not required to pay up like the rest of us?! What took the IRS so long to try to recover their money, why no lien on their house, no wage garnishment, all things we were threatened with if the money was not paid by their deadline? They will work with you, but you have to make the agreed upon payments, sign your life away, and if you are late on one payment, you owe the entire amount. I don’t understand why the IRS didn’t so this to these criminals.

      • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

        Thank you! Don’t mess with the tax man. They will harass you with letters until you pay up. They destroy lives until they get their money.

        • shayvoe

          And, if you ignore them, they will garnish your wages. I get that they couldn’t get their money through their refund checks, because they had none…they didn’t file taxes, and a lien of their home wouldn’t have fazed them. But, why didn’t they garnish Tre’s income from the show, book royalties, product endorsements, etc. Those were actually jobs, with actual income they could have garnished. Makes no sense to me.

          • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

            I think they flew under the IRS radar until they filed that fraudulent bankruptcy and that’s when they were alerted. And once they filed bankruptcy everyone they owed was placed on hold and couldn’t do anything until the BK was final.

          • shayvoe

            That makes sense. Just pisses me off that these cretins don’t follow the rules set forth for the rest of us and continue to live like rock stars.

          • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

            You and me both. It’s not right and I don’t get how they do it.

          • Babson_Chick

            hopefully not for long!! people are starting to turn against them (those that never watch Bravo, etc.)

    • murlut

      Wow, Most casinos I know don’t report till 1500 to the IRS.

  • Norrth

    It sounds like a catch 22 either way. One case makes him a convicted felon for the other. Sad.

    • WestCoastFeed

      To me, too. Maybe the Fed sentencing guidelines are more stringent that the State’s.

      • Norrth

        I can’t understand what the eff motivates this guy? How can one HUGE issue with the law not stop him from getting into other trouble? WTF? I think KimG must have been right. it’s a way of life.

  • Babson_Chick

    O/T just read the tweet from Nene on right side – go to that site and read the comment that Gypsy made – OMG, you’ll love it!!!

    • http://www.allaboutthetea.com/ Dr Seuss

      LOL!! Will do.

  • WestCoastFeed

    And there are still two more court cases facing NJ cast members. Johnny the Greek’s civil suit for damages from the stiletto-gate brawl one year ago. Against the Lauritas, Joe Gorga and Bravo. This one I hope we will hear more about soon.

    Then the Laurita Signature Apparel bankruptcy which is moving at a snail’s pace through the bankruptcy court. This one I don’t expect will be finished in the lifetime of the entire housewife franchise.

    • murlut

      You watch, I bet the Laurita one just disappears

  • murlut

    I am so hoping they do this one first and put his A%% in jail. Give him 10 right off the top and then they can add the other one to run consecutive. He can spend the rest of his life there for all I care, then deport the body to ITALY.

  • https://twitter.com/DoxingRx Doxing-Rx

    Joe is desperate to be sentence FIRST in the Federal Fraud….
    Joe does not want to walk in to federal court already a convicted felon…that will add 5+ years additional. Joe needs to be sentence first in bank fraud case then tried on driver lic fraud. or plea deal to accept …driv lic sentence will be a concurrent to federal sentence. State will run concurrent on the federal charges…. NOT one sentence served for FEDS then a separate years later sentence served for driv lic. <—not going to happen.

    • WestCoastFeed

      Thanks. Doxxie. That’s what I figured was up. It will go lighter for Joe if the Feds sentence him first. With State & Fed sentences concurrent, do both share the incarceration costs?