In The United States District Court
For The District of Nebraska
The United States of America and Defendant, CONNIE SCARROW agree to the following
NATURE OF CRIME AND PENALTIES
1. The Defendant will waive indictment by a grand jury and plead guilty to Count I of an Information. Count I charges a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1001. The Defendant understands that by entering this plea of guilty as to Count I, the Defendant is exposed to imprisonment of 5 years, a fine of $ 250,000, both such fine and imprisonment, a term of not more than 3 years and a $100 special assessment.
2. In exchange for the Defendant's plea of guilty as indicated above, the United States agrees as follows:
a. If the Defendant is found to be entitled to an offense level reduction under 3E1.1(a) for acceptance of responsibility, and if that paragraph otherwise applies, the United States hereby moves that the Court reduce the Defendant's offense level by one additional ant to U.S.S.G. § 3ELI(b).
b. Nothing which the Defendant says pursuant to this agreement may be used against the Defendant, so as long as the Defendant abides by all of the terms of this agreement. The United States may, however, make derivative use of any may pursue any investigative leads suggested by any statements made by or other information provided by the Defendant.
3. Cooperation by the Defendant with the United States is not anticipated by this agreement, Defendant understands that a different document would have to be signed should both sire the Defendant to cooperate in the future.
BREACH OF AGREEMENT
4. Should it be concluded by the United States that the Defendant has violated this plea , the Defendant understands and agrees the Defendant shall then be subject to n for any federal, state, or local criminal violation and any crime(s) which this otherwise anticipated would be dismissed or not prosecuted. Any such prosecution(s) raised upon any information, statement, or testimony provided by the Defendant. Any statement or other information provided by the Defendant may be used against the Defendant in f the Defendant's breach of this agreement. By signing this agreement, the Defendant expressly waives the Defendant's objection to the use of any such statements, testimony, or other n to which the Defendant may otherwise be entitled to object in any federal prosecution.
5. In the event the Defendant violates any term or condition of this agreement, the shall not, because of such violation of this agreement, be allowed to withdraw the Defendant's plea of guilty.
6. Unless otherwise stated, all agreements as to Sentencing Issues are made pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11 (c)(1)(B).
a. The parties have no agreement concerning the Defendant's role in the offense. This issue remains to be resolved at sentencing.
b. The United States will not object to a recommended sentence of probation.
c. The parties have no agreement concerning the Defendant's Criminal History Category. This issue remains to be resolved at sentencing.
SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT AND OTHER PROVISIONS
7. This agreement is limited to the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Nebraska, and does not bind any other federal, state or local prosecuting authorities.
8. By signing this agreement, the Defendant agrees that the time between the date the Defendant signs this agreement and the date of the guilty plea will be excluded under the Speedy Trial Act. The Defendant stipulates that such period of delay is necessary in order for the Defendant to have opportunity to enter the anticipated plea of guilty, and that the ends of justice served Y such period of delay outweigh the best interest of the Defendant and the public in a speedy trial.
9. The Defendant agrees that all information known by the office of United States Pretrial Service: nay be used by the Probation Office in submitting its pre-sentence report, and may be disclosed the Court for purposes of sentencing.
10. The United States may use against the Defendant any disclosure(s) the Defendant has made pursuant to this agreement in any civil proceeding. Nothing contained in this agreement shall in any manner limit the Defendant's civil liability which may otherwise be found to exist, or in any manner limit or prevent the United States from pursuing any applicable civil remedy, including but not limited to remedies regarding asset forfeiture and/or taxation.
11. Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3013, the Defendant will pay to the Clerk of the District Court the mandatory special assessment of $ 100.00 for each felony count to which the Defendant pleads guilty. The Defendant will make this payment at or before the time of sentencing.
12. By signing this agreement, the Defendant waives the right to withdraw the Defendant's guilty pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 11(d).
13. The Defendant hereby knowingly and expressly waives any and all rights to appeal defendant's conviction in this case, including a waiver of all motions, defenses, and which the Defendant could assert to the charges or to the Court's entry of Judgment the Defendant, including review pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3742 of any sentence imposed.
Defendant further knowingly and expressly waives any and all rights to contest the t's conviction in any post-conviction proceedings, including any proceedings under 28 255, except:
(a) The right to timely challenge the Defendant's conviction and the sentence of the Court should the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals or the United States Supreme Court later find that the urge to which the Defendant is agreeing to plead guilty fails to state a crime.
(b) The right to seek post conviction relief based on ineffective assistance of counsel, tonal misconduct, if the grounds for such claim could not be known by the Defendant the Defendant enters the guilty plea contemplated by this plea agreement.
14. This agreement ends all plea discussions. No promises, agreements or conditions have been entered into other than those set forth in this agreement, and none will be entered into unless in writing and signed by all parties.
15. This agreement may be withdrawn by the United States at any time prior to its being all parties.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
JOE W. STECHER
United States Attorney
FREDERICK D. FRANKLIN (#18313)
Assistant United States Attorney
1620 Dodge Street, Suite 1400
Omaha, Nebraska 68102-1506
SHANNON P. O'CONNOR
ATTORNEY FOR DEFENDANT