Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Fraud from inside and outside the courtroom - at adjustercom.net
So, Jon is stuck in jail, and possibly could go to a formal prison for the remainder of his time left to fulfill his four-year prison sentence.
His sentence was issued from the honorable Patrick Donahue on October 21st 2022, in court room C-40, at the Santa Ana Orange County Superior Court. Yesterday morning, in that same court room, Jon Woods’ hopes of being released from jail until his appeal hearing were dashed when Judge Donahue ruled against granting bail. Woods was found guilty by a jury on August 1st 2022 on 37 counts of workers' compensation claims related fraud.
The court room opened to its usual beauty at 9 am with its glistening wood and comfortable blue with white flecked audience chairs. Only the side walls are off-white dry wall. The judge’s bench, the attorneys’ long table, and the low walls separating the court well from the audience and the jury box are all wooden.
This time the attorneys, prosecutor Noorul Hasan, and defense attorneys Rod Pacheco and a co-counsel who was introduced as Mr. Stretsky, plus 20 or so members of Woods’ support group, waited and waited in the court room just burning up time while only a couple of other cases were called and heard quickly. Rod Pacheco wore a fine and... Read More
The bail hearing for former applicants’ attorney Jon Woods, whose law firm was centered in Cypress, is still set for tomorrow morning in Orange County Superior Court.
Woods was found guilty... Read More