I'll be suprised if he doesn't get at least 10 years.
Prosecutors are seeking the low end of sentencing guidelines. There’s a maximum sentence of 20 years for the charges of credit card fraud and making false statements. I’d be surprised if he gets more than 10 years.
Sounds like from the article they are going to force the store closed.
“Levy's plea agreement, filed in U.S. District Court in Boston Friday, calls for a freeze on his assets, but mentions nothing requiring the business to close.”
I'm sure he is in custody already.
I wonder if any charges will be made against his wife. She had to know.
There’s no evidence his wife knew anything about his scheme.