Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Julio L. De Jesus-Gomez, Defendant, represented by Raul S. Mariani-Franco , Mariani Franco Law Office & Todd M. Merer , pro hac vice.
Tania De Jesus-Gomez, Defendant, represented by Rachel Brill .
Edwin Monge-Pena, Defendant, represented by Melanie Carrillo-Jimenez , Lcda. Melanie Carrillo-Jimenez.
Ruben Mendoza-Bonano, Defendant, represented by Ramon Garcia-Garcia .
Alberto Martinez-Rodriguez, Defendant, represented by Joseph C. Laws , Capital Center South Tower.
Carlos Martinez-Rodriguez, Defendant, represented by Victor M. Chico-Luna , Law Office of Victor M. Chico-Luna.
Roberto Morales-Rivera, Defendant, represented by Rafael F. Castro-Lang , Castro & Castro Law Office.
Luis Daniel Rivera-Perez, Defendant, represented by Jose B. Velez-Goveo , Velez & Velez Law Office.
Fernando Fuertes-Robinson, Defendant, represented by Raymond L. Sanchez-Maceira , Sanchez Maceira Law Office.
Hector Diaz-Madera, Defendant, represented by Edgar R. Vega-Pabon , Vega Pabon Law Office, P.S.C..
Miguel Velazquez-Rodriguez, Defendant, represented by Jennie M. Espada-Ocasio , Espada Esquire Legal Services Psc.
Armando Gomez-Ortiz, Defendant, represented by Thomas Trebilcock-Horan , Fernandez, Cuyar, Rovira, Trebilcock & Pla.
Elizabeth Mejill-Negron, Defendant, represented by Allan A. Rivera-Fernandez , Capital Center Building.
Subriel Amed Matias-Matthew, Defendant, represented by Rafael Anglada-Lopez , Rafael Anglada Lopez Law Office.
Walter Coghen-Torres, also known as Wacuco, Defendant, represented by Ernesto Hernandez-Milan , EHM Law Office.
USA, Plaintiff, represented by Cesar S. Rivera-Giraud , United States Attorneys Office & Eugenio A. Lomba-Ortiz , United States Attorneys Office.
CARMEN CONSUELO CEREZO, District Judge.
Having considered the Report and Recommendation filed on March 17, 217 (d.e. 2508) on a Rule 11 proceeding of defendant  Miguel Velázquez-Rodríguez before U.S. Magistrate-Judge Marcos E. López on March 16, 2017, to which no objection has been filed, the same is APPROVED. Accordingly, the plea of guilty of defendant is accepted. The Court FINDS that his plea was voluntary and intelligently entered with awareness of his rights and the consequences of pleading guilty and contains all elements of the offense charged in the indictment.
This case was referred to the U.S. Probation Office for preparation of a Presentence Investigation Report since March 16, 2017. The sentencing hearing is set for JUNE 15, 2017 at 4:30 PM.
The U.S. Probation Officer is reminded that, should any objections be raised by defendant to the PreSentence Report, the Addendum to said PreSentence Report must specifically identify any unresolved objections, the grounds for the objections, and the U.S. Probation Officer's comments on them, as required by Fed. R. Crim. P. 32(g). The party that raised the unresolved objections shall, within twenty-four (24) hours after the Addendum is disclosed, state in writing whether it will insist that the unresolved objections be ruled upon by the Court. Failure to do so will be deemed by the Court as a withdrawal of the unresolved objections.