Andy makes another payment arrangement
Posted on March 8, 2017
Here we go again..
- Andy plead guilty to securities fraud. He agreed to pay his victims back with interest.
- The court assigned Andy a probation officer to make sure he complied with his promises to the court.
- Andy failed completely in his obligations to the court and was dropped from AP&P.
- The court gave Andy a second chance, placing him on court monitored probation. Andy agreed to pay $500 per month.
- Andy failed to pay $500 per month because he’s broke and can’t find a job.
- Andy gets $1500 behind on his payments and the court issues a $5,000 cash bail warrant for his arrest.
- Andy shows up for court and promises to pay the $13,000 he owes the court in full by the end of February. Andy claims his “new boss” is going to pay the bill.
- Andy shows up for court at the end of February without the money. Instead he pays $800 and begs for mercy.
- The court offers Andy a do-over, allowing him to pay his restitution, fees, fines, and interest in 25 payments of $500 plus a final payment of $195. It sets a new hearing date of September to see if Andy is in compliance.
- IQ Test: What do you think is going to happen in September?
Poor Andy. One of these days he’s going to realize that he can’t string the courts along forever. Sooner or later he’s going to have to get a job and pay what he owes. it’s not that much money. You would think he would just pay the bill and be done with it. Oh well.
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