Judge in Epstein Case Orders for Dismissal

Judge in Epstein Case Orders for Dismissal

NEW YORK, NY – On August 29, 2019, Judge Richard M. Berman ordered the United States of America v Jeffrey Epstein be disposed of due to the death of Epstein.

Jeffrey Epstein was indicted on July 2, 2019, with one count of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors and one count of sex trafficking of minors.

Epstein was found dead in his cell on the morning of August 10, 2019.

United States Attorneys Maurene Comey, Alison Moe, and Alex Rossmiller asked for the case to be disposed of nolle prosequi (The state will not continue to seek prosecution).

A hearing was ordered by Judge Berman on August 27, 2019, in which several of Epstein’s victims were given a chance to speak. However, on Thursday, the judge signed the order to dispose of the state’s prosecution of Epstein.

There are still several lawsuits which have been filed against Jeffrey Epstein’s estate. Those lawsuits will be followed closely and updates will be posted on this site as the cases move forward.

To read the full signed order, click here.

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2 years ago

What!!! I wonder if the Judge has seen any pictures or video, etc.? Where’s Ray…and the Me Too movement!