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Andy Esquivel’s probation being revoked!

Posted on June 9, 2016 in Uncategorized

111701135-mugshot1So Andy has finally done it.  He’s managed to piss off the courts, the public defenders office, and now AP&P to the point where he is now facing an eminent return to jail.

Andy is apparently not smart enough to realize that he’s been convicted of two felony counts of securities fraud and that he was sentenced to up to five years in state prison per count.  The court was incredibly lenient on Andy and in lieu of prison, allowed him to enter a program administered by Utah Adult Probation and Parole (AP&P).  The conditions of his probation were simple; pay your victims back, pay some fines, stay off drugs, get a job, and basically become a functioning member of society.  All that was apparently too much for Andres ‘Andy’ Esquivel to handle, and he’s on his way back to jail.

Andy refused to keep his AP&P appointments, he failed drug tests, he blew off mandatory psychiatric and substance abuse counseling sessions, he lied about his living arrangements (which he was required to report as a condition of probation), he failed to get a job, he missed promised reparations payments and of course he antagonized his probation officer via email and online…a really dumb move!

As a consequence, on June 6th Andy’s probation officer filed a scathing violations report with the court explaining (in detail) Andy Esquivel’s pattern of non-compliant behavior.  The full violations report can be found here [PDF].  The violations report was followed by a cause report in which Andy’s probation officer frankly recommended that Andy’s probation be revoked and that he be ordered to serve time in prison.  That recommendation was detailed in this cause report submitted by Roman Hentish immediately after the violations report [PDF].

Judge Connors concurred with the AP&P cause report and on the same day, signed this cause order requiring Andy and/or his public defender to appear before the court and explain why his probation should not be revoked and Andy should not be sent to prison to serve his two five-year sentences [PDF].

As a condition of his probation, Andy Esquivel agreed to re-pay his fraud victims. The amount he was ordered (and agreed) to pay was $13,000.  To date, Andy has repaid $1,590…which is far below the amount he owes.  Unfortunately for Andy, he was dumb enough to verbalize to AP&P (and this account is transcribed in AP&P’s report to the court) that he no longer agrees with the court’s decision regarding reparations and intends to drag out repayment as long as possible so that he can potentially get out of it.  I know, right?  What kind of idiot actually says that to an appointed officer of the court?  So the bottom line is Judge Connors has now seen and signed documents which quote Andy Esquivel expressing utter contempt for the court and for his own promise to re-pay his victims.

So where does Andy go from here?  Jail, most likely.  I don’t think Andy will ever wise up and realize his life would be so much easier if he would (a) keep his mouth shut (b) pay his victims back (c) get a job and (d) stop scamming people. Why does Andy find this so difficult?  Because he’s STUPID!!!

Update: Sentencing hearing delayed until July 12th @ 10:30am.

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