Update: A federal judge has denied the allegations Jane Shah |Following his attorney’s complaint, he was asked to withdraw the criminal charges against him, saying that the ABC News documentary, which was recently published in Hulu, violated his right to a fair trial.
In an order filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, E! Saturday, December 11 news, U.S. District Judge Sidney H. Stein “Dismissal is an extreme sanction that is used only in rare cases,” he wrote.
Stein added, “There is no evidence to suggest that the Shah’s right to a fair trial has been compromised or discriminated against.”
E! The news has arrived The real housewife of Salt Lake City Star attorney for comments.
During the trial of his alleged involvement in a telemarketing scheme, Jane Shah called for the withdrawal of criminal charges against him.
In court documents filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on November 30 and obtained by E! News December 1, for lawyers The real housewife of Salt Lake City The star asked a judge to dismiss her case, arguing that an ABC News documentary recently published in Hulu violated Shah’s right to a fair trial.
Title Housewife and Shah Shokar, Shah, 47, and his assistant around the federal investigation at the documentary center Stuart Smith, Who have also been accused of cheating hundreds of victims in nationwide telemarketing scandals.