Dennis Dvorin & Jason Lyn “severed” from main I2G trial

Defendants Dennis Dvorin and Jason Lyn have been severed from the upcoming Infinity2Global legal trial.

As ordered by the court docket, Dvorin and Lyn will face a separate trial at a later date.

Following a “latest analysis of a malignant tumor beneath his tongue”, Defendant Dvorin approached the court docket asking be severed from essential I2G trial.

Dvorin’s movement was unopposed by the DOJ, and granted by the court docket on July 1st.

In its order the court docket additionally took it upon itself to sever defendant Jason Lyn.

Whereas not raised by any of the events, it additionally applicable to sever the fees in opposition to Syn. Normally, a court docket could sua sponte grant a movement to sever.

As scheduled, it is a six-week trial based mostly on a thirteen-count Second Superseding Indictment in opposition to a number of defendants based mostly on quite a few legal statutes regarding an alleged multi-level advertising and marketing scheme.

The Courtroom believes that it might be extra environment friendly and efficient to sever two Defendants and to permit the presently scheduled trial to proceed in opposition to three Defendants.

That essential Infinity2Global trial stays scheduled to kick off in a number of days on July twelfth.

As per the courts order, the trial will see defendants Richard G. Maike, Doyce G. Barnes, and Faraday N. Hosseinipour defend their Infinity2Global Ponzi scamming.