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Exhibit 26
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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The Honorable T.S.EIIis, III United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 401 Courthouse Square, 9t~ Floor Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Re: Paul Magliocchetti, Case No. 10-cr-286 Dear Judge Ellis,

14 October, 2010

I know I am addressing a High Court Justice and I have the utmost respect for you and your position. As a retired Law Enforcement Officer and fellow Aviator I am respectfully requesting that as you read my letter you would see more than words on a page, but instead hear the heart of a writer that you have never met. Paul Magliocchetti came into my life several years ago as another dancer on the floor at the Ritz Carlton where my band plays on the weekends. At that time, I didn’t know the existence of PMA Group or Paul’s life as a Lobbyist. The Paul I came to know was a always a gentleman who had the highest respect for my wife, a person who greeted wait staff, floor polishers and doormen by their first name. He would take the time to stop and learn more about them and their families and retain that information until his next encounter with them. A warm hearted man who always asks me how my aging military Father is doing as well as my Nephew who is in the Army and just returned from his fourth tour in Afghanistan. A most generous human being, who never lets me pay, or even see the bill at a lunch or dinner table. Paul and I became close over the course of a few years and during that time I have seen the smile that once created his laugh lines turn into a blank stare. The conversations about the highlights of life have become overcast with despair and depression. For the past two years he has been serving an early sentencing that he has imposed on himself with deepest remorse and regret. I have always had a tender ear to listen for any signs that he may want to end his life and on several occasions I had to let him know there is no "Plan B". I know this is a normal feeling for people facing incarceration, but for Paul it is so far out of character. I can testify as an expert witness that I am watching his life, as a dance, fading from where it once was. It saddens me to see Paul in this condition and ifI could take his sentence for him in this victimless case, I would. Your Honor, I have several close friends who are local Judges and I would never cross any boundaries with them or you and I know your job is filled with difficult decisions every day. I am just pleading on behalf of my friend and ask that the punishment truly fit the crime in this ease. He has no criminal history, He is a Grandfather, Father, Husband and friend to many who love and support him. You control the next few years of Paul’s life and in essence, all of our lives for that same time. Please have mercy on all of us. Respectfully Submitted,

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Exhibit 27
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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LAW OFFICES

CARMEN A. JACOBS, P.C.
CARMEN A.
JACOBS,

JR.

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PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION

601 KING

STREET, SUITE 400

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE IN VIRGINIA DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MARYLAND

12737 DIRECTORS LOOP WOODBRIDGE, VA 22192 (703) 837-1700 FAX (703) 490-5993

ALEXANDRIA,

VA 22314

October 19, 2010 The Honorable T.S. Ellis, III United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 401 Courthouse Square, 9th Floor Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Re: Paul Magliocchetti, Case No. I0-cr-286 Dear Judge Ellis: I met Paul Magliocchetti for the first time in February 2002. He was in the process of hiring new corporate counsel for his company. His existing corporate attorney was retiring from the practice of law. My firm was hired and I represented The PMA Group, Inc. ("PMA") on legal matters concerning employee issues, contracts, public relations and collection matters. The position of corporate counsel to PMA was demanding, on occasion requiring my availability after normal business hours (evenings and weekends) for conferences and advice. However, I was always treated with respect, professionalism and I was made to feel a part of Mr. Magliocchetti’s corporate family. My late wife and I were invited to corporate social functions of PMA, such as dinners and parties to reward PMA’s staff for their hard work. While representing PMA, Mr. Magliocchetti and I met on numerous occasions for breakfast and lunch to discuss PMA business. Prior to November 2008, Paul was a confident and strong person who looked forward to retiring in a few years. After November 2008, as the investigation progressed month to month, Mr. Magliocchetti exhibited signs of nervousness, stress, anxiety, and paranoia (he believed people were following him around). He was a person now taking many different medications for the above disorders. This was not the confident and strong leader of PMA I had met eight years earlier. Mr. Magliocchetti was always loyal to his employees. Some examples are: (I) He provided paid maternity leave to PMA’s female employees even though it was not a benefit listed in the employee handbook. (2) If an employee made a mistake and could have been

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discharged for cause, he provided a second chance. (3) When he did discharge an employee for cause, he provided a severance package which included health benefits for a period after their discharge. (4) I advised Mr. Magliocchetti not to pay the legal fees of his employees during the investigation of PMA. It was my belief that it would give an appearance of impropriety. However, Mr. Magliocchetti felt it was his obligation to pay the legal fees of his staff. His reasoning was many of them could not afford to pay for legal representation on their incomes. PMA did not receive any reimbursement for legal fees under its commercial liability policy. After November 2008, Mr. Magliocchetti realized his Company would have to close for business. He instructed me to try and negotiate the sale of PMA to a group of managers of the Company. His thought was to try and preserve as many jobs for PMA’s staff. However, his loyalty was not returned in kind by the managers who wanted to purchase the Company. The managers terms to purchase the Company were anything but fair. They wanted PMA to give all unpaid receivables to them (the value was over one million dollars), loan them a million dollars interest free to operate the business, and take PMA’s clients without paying any compensation to PMA. After rejecting the managers terms to sell PMA to them, he made one last attempt to have the remaining staff of PMA purchase the business. Mr. Magliocchetti held a meeting with the staff and offered to loan them money to run the Company for two months. After two months the staff would have sufficient receivables coming in to operate the business on their own. PMA’s compensation would have been to receive a small percentage of the revenue for one year. No one on PMA’s staff would come forward to manager the new company and the offer was withdrawn. When the investigation of PMA was announced to the public by the media in February 2009, some of PMA’s clients tried to take advantage. Approximately twenty clients refused to pay their invoices for services and PMA had to resort to litigation. All but one of the clients reached a settlement with PMA for the unpaid consulting services. However, PMA incurred a large legal bill because of the litigation. Mr. Magliocchetti and I discussed on a number of occasions the belief that a person’s family is the most important thing in life. Mr. Magliocchetti and his first wife Nancy, started PMA in 1988 and worked together to build the business in the early years. Later, he hired his son Mark as an employee. It was Mr. Magliocchetti’s intent to groom his son Mark and have Mark take over the business after Paul’s retired. However, November 2008 changed that thought and has complicated the father-son relationship. Mark has taken a plea, agreed to cooperate with the United States against his father and these facts were published to the public in The Washington Post. Mr. Magliocchetti understands why Mark agreed to cooperate and hopes one day that they can resume their close father-son relationship.

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Mr. Magliocchetti will not be able to enjoy the golden years as he had planned, spending it with his family and travelling. The punishment Mr. Magliocchetti will receive for his crime goes far beyond just incarceration. His punishment will include not being able to help his family or spend time with them, the loss of a business he built from the ground up for over twenty years, and humiliation before the public and his peers. Sincerely,
!

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Exhibit 2 8
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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12/18/2818 12:82 9843998435 FRANCIS JEROME SHE~ PAGE 82

DEBORAH A. SIMON
Certified Florida Family Law Mediator
Licensed California A~torney

1916 Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32207

(904) 396-9900
November 1,2010 The Honorable T.S. Ellis, Ill United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 401 Courthouse Square, 9th Floor Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Re: Paul Magliocchetti, Case No. 10-cr-286

Dear Judge Ellis: I am a Family Law Mediator in the State of Florida, certified by the Florida Supreme Court and an attorney licensed, to practice law in the State of CaliforMa. Since 19801 have been primarily an advocate in the area of Family Law, practicing in Los Angeles, C~.lifomia, and since 2000, a Family Law mediator in Jacksonville, Florida. To date I have mediated more than 1500 family law cases in Florida and California. I had the occasion to meet Paul Magliocchctti in 2006 when his pending dissolution of marriage was referred to my office for mandatory mediation by the Fourth .fudieial District, Florida Circuit Court. The Magliocchetti matter was mediated for two days, on 3une 28, 2006 and August 31, 2006. Each day’s session lasted more than eight hours. Since the Magliocchettis had no remaining minor children, tlae entirety of the mediation was spent on the distribution, of assets/liabilities and the support obligation of Mr. Mag]iocctletti for his former Wife, Nancy.
Although I cannot disclose the specifics of the negotiations in this case due to the confidentiality privilege which attaches to mediation, I wi~h to share witk the Court my observations oft.he integrity and responsibility shown by Mr. Magliocehetti during these negotiations. In all of my exp,rienee both as an advocate and as a mediator, I hay, never before encountered a mma who was so dedicated to insuring that to the extent humanly possible, the emotional and economic well-being of his family would not be negatively impacted by the ending of his marriage. Toward that end, the offers generated by Mr. Magliocchetti aad the compromises he made were given in the spirit of an earnest desire to generously "shar~" the marital estate in an open and giving manner.

In the end, as reflected in the Maglioechetti Judgment of Dizzolution which was filed with the Court, as part of his share of the division of the assets of the marriage, Mr.

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Magliocchetti gifted his out-half imcrest in the parties’ prior residence in Virginia to his son, Mark Magliocchetti, free of encumbrance, and guaranteed a sum certain to his former Wife for her one-half interest therein. Witl~out equalization otherwise, Mr. Magliocchetti further provided his share of significant investment assets to the parties’ adult daughter, Jennifer Magliocchetti. Finally, Mr. Magtiocchetti waived his interest in a real property residence in Florida where his th~ elderly mother-iu4aw was residing on which he had historically paid the monthIy mortgage, property taxes and insurance. None of this would have been requirgd of Mr. Magliocchstti by law.
During the mediation sessions, I was continually struck by the generosity and graciousness of Mr. Magliocchetti toward his former Wife, When qu.estioned by his attorney as to the inequitable division of the assets to which Mr. Maglioeehetfi was agreeing, Mr. Maglioechetti answered, "I would not treat her otherwise, she is the Mother of my ehildten and the Grandmother of my grandchildren." Finally, when negotiating the amount of support and length of time for which he was willing to pay, Mr. Magliocchetti ultimately provided support for his former Wife totaling more than twice the period of time for which he had a legal obligation. He r~soned that he had a moral obligation to provide for his former Wife’s well being arid that zhe deserved to be financially protected to the extent fin.at he was able. As a result of that mediated agreement, although Mr. Maglioeehetti lost his income from the PMA Group in or about December 2008, there was no resulting impact on his former Wife. It is said of our teenage children that they are in truest character when they don’t think "anyone is watching." Mr, Magliocehetti’s conduct at mediation was certainly when "no one was watching." I thank the Court for the opportunity to provide information and observations with regard to Mr. Magliocchetfi. Vm’y tml

DEBORAH A, SIMON
DSS/

ce: William Lawler, Esquire

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Exhibit 29
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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ALAN C. JENSEN
~ttorney at Law 935 North Third Street Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250

Mailing Address: Post Office Box 50457 Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240-0457

Telephone: (904) 246-2500 Facsimile: (904) 246-9960 (callfirst) E-Mail: Alan@AJensenLaw.com

October 27, 2010

The ttonorable T. S. Ellis, IIl United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 401 Courthouse Square, 9th Floor Alexandria, VA 22314 Re: Paul Magliocchetti Case No. 10-cr-286

Dear Judge Ellis: I am an active member in good standing of I’he Florida Bar m~d have practiced in the greater Jacksonville area since 1973. My main areas of practice are family law and municipal law. I first met Paul Magliocchetti in January, 2004, when I was retained to represent him in a dissolution of marriage action filed by his wife in Florida. The dissolution of marriage action was concluded by agreement of the parties and a Consent Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage was entered by the court on September 13, 2006. I represented Paul throughout his dissolution of marriage proceedings, and have provided legal services to him since his dissolution was finalized in various other matters. Since Paul resided in northeast Florida as well, we have remained friends following my representation of him. Paul’s main concern throughout the dissolution of marriage proceedings was the welfare of his v4fe and family, financial and otherwise. I learned during the coursc of the dissolution proceedings that Paul had been very supportive of his thmily, including his extended family, such as his wife’s parents. Paul was very’ generous in the final agreement with his wife regarding the parties’ real propertie~, including hi~ \vitE’s residence in Daytona Beach, his son’s residence in Virginia, and other real estate investments that had been made for the benefit of the entire family, and in which the entire family benefited. Ihere ib much financial disclosure required by rule in F;orida in dissolution of marriage cases, and Paul was always ~ery cooperative and tbrthcoming in providing information and documents regarding his personal financial situation, as well as his professional and business financial information. The personal and professional integrity displayed by Paul in the dissolution of

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marriage proceedings and the disclosure of required information and documents was exemplary, and "very much appreciated not only by my office, but by opposing counsel as vcell.
1 hope the above i~ helpful to thc Court. and I would welcome the Court contacting me if I can provide any further inlbrmation or assistance at all in this matter. Thank you for your consideration of my letter.

Very

yo~s,

JENSEN

At J/sky

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Exhibit 3 0
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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Clayton W. Moore 4694 Carlton Dunes Dr., #6 Amelia Island, FL 32034
October 15, 2010 The Honorable T. S. Ellis, III United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 401 Courthouse Square, 9th Floor Alexandria, Virginia 22314 Dear Judge Ellis: This letter is written on behalf of Paul Magliocchetti. I have known Paul for approximately ten years. It is my opinion that he is a very capable and engaging and passionate individual. I also consider him to be a very caring and generous person. If I was in any kind of trouble and needed help, I would want Paul’s assistance; because I would know he would commit himself 110% to help solve my problem. I would know that he would care about my problem and want to help me. Likewise I think Paul would commit himself 110% to help most individuals and most causes. He is simply someone who cares, and someone who is capable and who gets things done, and someone who can help solve a lot of problems. My wife and I had dinner with Paul two nights ago. I am very concerned for his health...and primarily his mental health. Although I think and know he is probably one tough customer, he is not handling this crisis well at all. He appears heavily sedated. He is mindful of the pain and suffering he has caused his friends and family, and he speaks in a round about manner of taking his life. Not to be redundant, but I do think Paul is kind and considerate and most generous with everyone from all spectrums of life whether they be a prince or a pauper. Paul is a solution looking for a problem. He is an answer looking for a question. If at all possible, Paul should pay any debt he might have to society not by being locked up but by being required to pay whatever fine might be in order and most importantly by being required to put his passion and energy and compassion to work in community service.

Moore

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Exhibit 31
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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Page 2 of 2 Case 1:10-cr-00286-TSE Document 30-31 Filed 12/13/10 Raymond DiMeo 12305 Silton Peace Drive Riverview, Florida 33579 (727) 560-3255

October 11, 2010 The Honorable T.S. Ellis, III United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia 4Ol Courthouse Square, 9th Floor Alexandria, Virginia 22314 RE: Paul Magliocchetti, Case No. lo-cr-286 Dear Judge Ellis: I have known Paul Magliocchetti and his wife, Becky, since September 2009. During the time that I have known him I have found Paul to be a caring, generous person that clearly has a deep love for his family and his country. While he realizes that he cannot undo the wrong that he has done it seems to me that he has tried to conduct himself in a way that would cause the least hardship on his family and friends. He has expressed to me that one of his regrets is that the funds that he would have otherwise donated to the charities that he has supported in the past, such as Walter Reed, have had to go to legal expenses. The impact on the lives of his former employees who lost their jobs when he had to close his company also weighs heavily on his conscience. As his financial advisor, I know that making sure that his wife and other family members are provided for is a top priority of his. His daughter is his pride and joy and he delights in sharing stories of her success with me. Paul’s grandchildren are also extremely important to him. I have witnessed the impact that this ease has had on Paul, both mentally and physically. Over the last several months, the burden of putting on a brave face for his family has taken a toll. He has become depressed and the stress of the trial has negatively impacted his physical health. I can see in his face that he no longer has the same attitude or interest level in the things that used to bring him

joy.

Thank you for the opportunity to give you some of my impressions of the Paul Maglioeehetti that I know to be an honorable, patriotic and !oyal indix4dua!. Sincerely,

aymon~l DiMeo

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Exhibit 32
DEFENDANT’S MEMORANDUM IN AID OF SENTENCING
United States of America v. Paul J. Magliocchetti Criminal Action No. l10-cr-00286-TSE

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EXHIBIT 32 Schedule A in Support of $386,250 in Illegal Campaign Contributions Included as Part of the Plea Agreement

1/5/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $5,000 to PMA PAC 3/15/05 FEC report falsely states E. Kreger donated $1,000 to Nelson for Senate 3/15/05 FEC report falsely states L. Kreger donated $1,000 to Nelson for Senate 3/15/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Nelson for Senate 3/15/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Nelson for Senate 3/16/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Team Sununu 3/16/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Team Sununu 3/22/05 FEC report falsely states E. Kreger donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/22/05 FEC report falsely states L. Kreger donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/22/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/22/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 5/4/05 FEC report falsely states E. Kreger donated $2,000 to Murtha for Congress 5/4/05 FEC report falsely states L. Kreger donated $2,000 to Murtha for Congress 5/6/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Committee to Re-elect Sanchez 5/6/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Committee to Re-elect Sanchez 5/20/05 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $5,000 to Calumet PAC 5/20/05 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $5,000 to Calumet PAC 5/20/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $2,000 to Murtha for Congress 5/20/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $2,000 to Murtha for Congress 5/20/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $5,000 to Calumet PAC 5/25/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 5/25/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 5/31/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Hobson for Congress 5/31/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/13/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Mica for Congress 6/13/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Mica for Congress 6/14/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Pascrell for Congress 6/14/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Pascrell for Congress 6/14/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Pascrell for Congress 6/14/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Pascrell for Congress 6/16/05 FEC report falsely states E. Kreger donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/16/05 FEC report falsely states E. Kreger donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/16/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/16/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/22/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 6/22/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 6/27/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 6/27/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 6/30/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Hart for Congress

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6/30/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Hart for Congress 6/30/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $500 to People with Hart 6/30/05 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $500 to People with Hart 7/19/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Casey for Senate 7/19/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Casey for Senate 8/1/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Holden for Congress 8/1/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Friends of Holden 8/1/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Holden for Congress 9/23/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to McCarthy for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 9/26/05 FEC report falselystates J. Welch donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 9/30/05 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress

10/4/05 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 10/4/05 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Capuano for Congress 1/5/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $5,000 to PMA PAC 3/14/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Herseth for Congress 3/14/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Herseth for Congress 3/22/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to McCarthy for Congress 3/22/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to McCarthy for Congress 3/23/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to McCarthy for Congress 3/23/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to McCarthy for Congress 3/25/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Nelson for Congress 3/25/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Nelson for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,500 to Calumet PAC 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,500 to Calumet PAC 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/30/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress

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3/31/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Re-elect Sanchez 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Re-elect Sanchez 3/31/06 FEC report falsely statesS. Welch donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress J. Welch donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Nelson for Congress 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Nelson for Congress

3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Edwards for Congress 3/31/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Edwards for Congress 4/6/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $5,000 to PMA PAC 4/26/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 4/26/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 4/26/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 4/26/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Doyle for Congress 4/27/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Brown for Congress 4/27/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Brown for Congress 4/28/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Friends of Holden 5/3/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $500 to Team Sununu 5/3/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $500 to Team Sununu 5/4/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Team Sununu 5/5/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Holden for Congress 5/5/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Holden for Congress 5/8/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 5/8/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 5/8/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 5/11/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Pascrell for Congress 5/11/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Pascrell for Congress 5/14/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Lynch for Congress Walker donated $500 to Lynch for Congress 5/14/06 FEC report falsely states 5/14/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Lynch for Congress 5/15/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Holden for Congress 5/16/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Pascrell for Congress 5/19/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Pascrell for Congress 5/19/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $750 to Lynch for Congress 5/19/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $750 to Lynch for Congress M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 5/23/06 FEC report falsely states 5/23/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Capuano for Congress 5/23/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Capuano for Congress S. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 5/25/06 FEC report falsely states 5/25/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 5/25/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress 5/25/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Dicks for Congress S. Welch donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 5/30/06 FEC report falsely states 5/30/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress

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5/30/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 5/30/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/2/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Holden for Congress 6/2/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Holden for Congress 6/6/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/6/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/12/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Pascrell for Congress 6/12/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Pascrell for Congress 6/13/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 6/13/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 6/13/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 6/13/06 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $500 to Ryan for Congress 6/13/06 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $500 to Ryan for Congress 6/20/06 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Reynolds for Congress 6/20/06 FEC report falselystates J. Welch donated $1,000 to Reynolds for Congress 6/24/06 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $1,000 to Mollohan for Congress 6/24/06 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $1,000 to Mollohan for Congress 6/24/06 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $1,000 to Mollohan for Congress 6/24/06 FEC report falselystates J. Welch donated $2,000 to Mollohan for Congress 6/27/06 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/27/06 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/27/06 FEC report falselystates S. Welch donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/27/06 FEC report falselystates J. Welch donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 7/20/06 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $1,000 to Casey for Congress 7/20/06 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $1,000 to Casey for Congress 7/27/06 FEC report falselystates M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 7/27/06 FEC report falselystates L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 7/31/06 FEC report falselystates Koloszar donated $5,000 to Majority PAC 7/31/06 FEC report falselystates Lynch donated $5,000 to Majority PAC 7/31/06 FEC report falselystates Cunningham donated $5,000 to Majority PAC 7/31/06 FEC report falselystates Giardina donated $5,000 to Majority PAC 9/15/06 FEC report falselystates Pugliese donated $1,000 to Busansky for Congress 9/15/06 FEC report falselystates Walker donated $1,000 to Busansky for Congress 9/26/06 FEC report falselystates L. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Webb for Senate 9/26/06 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Webb for Senate 9/30/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $500 to Webb for Senate 9/30/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $500 to Webb for Senate

10/4/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 10/4/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 10/16/06 FEC report falsely states S. Welch donated $1,000 to Lewis for Congress 10/16/06 FEC report falsely states J. Welch donated $1,000 to Lewis for Congress 10/26/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Barrow for Congress 10/26/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Barrow for Congress 11/2/06 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $5,000 to Majority PAC 11/7/06 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Marshall for Congress

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11/7/06 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Marshall for Congress 3/6/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 3/6/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to Murphy for Congress 3/6/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Murphy for Congress 3/8/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Carney for Congress 3/8/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Carney for Congress 3/8/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to Reyes for Congress 3/8/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Carney for Congress 3/8/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Carney for Congress 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Re-elect Sanchez 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Re-elect Sanchez 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Committee to Re-elect Sanchez 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Committee to Re-elect Sanchez 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 3/12/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Schwartz for Congress 3/14/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/14/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/14/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Carney for Congress 3/14/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/21/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 3/21/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 3/21/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 3/27/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Cramer for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,500 to Calumet PAC 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Cramer for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Cramer for Congress 3/28/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 3/29/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Ryan for Congress 3/29/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,500 to Calumet PAC 3/29/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Ryan for Congress 3/29/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Majority in Congress PAC 3/30/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,300 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/30/07 FE report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/30/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,300 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/30/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,300 to Crenshaw for Congress 4/1/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 4/1/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Rvan for Congress 5/21/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 5/21/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Edwards for Congress 6/7/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Hobson for Congress

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6/7/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $, 1000 to Hobson for Congress 6/8/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Moran for Congress 6/8/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Moran for Congress 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Friends of McCarthy 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Friends of McCarthy 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to McCarthy for Congress 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Hobson for Congress 6/19/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to McCarthy for Congress 12/14/07 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,200 to Nelson for Senate 12/14/07 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,200 to Nelson for Senate 2/1/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 2/6/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Visclosky for Congress 2/8/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Carney for Congress 2/14/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Friends of McCarthy 2/15/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Friends of McCarthy 2/19/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to McCarthy for Congress 2/19/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to McCarthy for Congress 2/28/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,500 to Carney for Congress 2/28/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 2/29/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 2/28/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,500 to Carney for Congress 3/3/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 3/3/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Kaptur for Congress 3/18/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/18/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Doyle for Congress 3/26/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/26/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/26/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Crenshaw for Congress 3/26/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Crenshaw for Congress 4/1/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $2,000 to Ryan for Congress 4/1/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 4/10/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Altmire for Congress 4/10/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Altmire for Congress 4/14/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Re-elect Sanchez 4/21/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 4/22/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 4/22/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Ryan for Congress 5/1/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 5/1/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 5/1/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Murphy for Congress 5/15/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $850 to Larson for Congress 5/15/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Larson for Congress 5/15/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Larson for Congress 6/3/08 FEC report falsely states M. Magliocchetti donated $500 to Re-elect Sanchez

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6/3/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,500 to Re-elect Sanchez 6/11/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress 6/11/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Sanchez for Congress 6/13/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Kaniorski for Congress 6/16/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Austria for Congress 6/16/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Holden for Congress 6/16/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/16/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $2,000 to Moran for Congress 6/16/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Holden for Congress 6/17/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Austria for Congress 6/17/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Austria for Congress 6/30/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Murray for Senate 6/30/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Murray for Senate 9/19/08 FEC report falsely states Culpepper donated $2,300 to Capuano for Congress 9/19/08 FEC report falsely states Bourdeau donated $2,300 to Capuano for Congress 10/2/08 FEC report falsely states L. Magliocchetti donated $1,000 to Capuano for Congress 10/14/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $500 to the Reyes Committee 10/14/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $500 to the Reyes Committee 10/16/08 FEC report falsely states Walker donated $1,000 to Friends of Warner 10/16/08 FEC report falsely states Pugliese donated $1,000 to Friends of Warner

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA ALI~XANDRIA DIVISION

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
V.

PAUL 1, MAGLIOCCHETTI, DcfendanL

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CRIMINAL ACTION NO. i :10-cr-fl0286-TSE Sentencin8 Date: December 17, 2010

.ORDER Upon consideration of Defendant Paul J. Masliocvhetti’s Motion to Present Wimcss Testimony at Senlencing, Defendant’s molion iS GI~ANTED. l.t i~ ~rthor ORDERED: Dr. Edward Curcio sha~l bc permitted to present witness testinmny at sentencing hearing s~heduled for this matter on December 17, 2010. IT IS SO OIU3ERED, this /~ day of December, 2010

Judge T.S. Ellis. Ill

Copies to all Counsel

T. s. ~]i,,~~ "

United b’tales Dhtriet Judge

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IN THE UNITED STA’fES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGIIqlA Alexand~ Div~ion

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

PAUL J. MAGLIOCCHETTI

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ORDER

Criminal No. 1:10cr286

This matter is scheduled for sent~cing at 9:00 a.m., Friday, December 17, 2010. For good cause, and in light of the Court’s family emergency, It is hereby ORDERED that the sentencing heating is CONTINUED to !:00 p.m., Friday, January 7, 2011. The Clerk is directed to send a copy of this Order to all counsel

Alexandria, Virginia December 14. 2010

T. Ellis, III United States

Judge

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J~ - 4 2011
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE ILAST£RN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA DIVISION UNITED STATi~.S OF AMERICA

I| ALEXANDRIA, CLERK, U.S. D’STR’C’ cou~rr 1 VIRGINIA

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CRIMrNAL ACTION NO. i : I 0-¢r-00286-TSE
Sentencing Date: January 7, 2011

PAUL J. MAGLIOCCHETTI, Def~ndam.

Upon consideratio~ of Det~ndant Paul J. Magliocchetti’s Motion Concerning Medical Testimony at Sentencing, Defendat~t’s ,notion is GRANTED. 11 is ful~her ORDERED: Dr. David Blackmon shall be ~rmittcd to present wilness testimony at the sentencing hearing scheduled for rids matter on Janus,, 7, 2011. IT IS SO ORDEKED, this ’Z~F’j dayofJanuary, 20ll.

Judge T.S. Ellis, III

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United Sta~s ,~istrict ~udge

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Date:

1/07/2011

SENTENCING

Judge:. ELLIS Reporter: M.Rodriquez Start: 2:00 End: 5:10

UNITED STATES of AMERICA V.
Paul J. Ma~liocchetti Case Number: 1:10cr286 Counsel/Govt: Mark Lvtle, Kevin O’Driscoll Counsel/Deft: Tirzah Lollar, Lindsev Vaala, William LaMer Court adopts PSI (¢’) without exceptions ( ) with exceptions: Doctor’s report made part of the record: Deft adduces evidence (witness sworn and testified: Dr. David Blackmon): variance sentence imposed SENTENCING GUIDELINES : Court departs from Guidelines pursuant to: Offense Level: Criminal History! ................................................................... USSG 5H1.4 Imprisonment Range: __ to months __ USSG 5Kl.1 Supervised Release Range: year USSG 5K2.12 Fine Range: $ to $ USSG 5C1.2 Restitution $ Other: Special Assessment $ 300.00 ( ) Satisfied (¢’) Unsatisfied, due immediately JUDGMENT OF THE COURT: BOP for 27 months with credit for time served Supervised Release for 2 Years, with special conditions: ( ) Yes ( ) No Supervised Probation for Years, with special conditions: ( ) Yes ( ) No Fine Imposed of $ 75,000.00 days due immediately/monthly installments of $ to begin w/in Restitution of $ due immediately/monthly installments of $ to begin w/in 60 days of release from custody/imposition of sentence ( ) Fine/costs of incarceration waived SPECIAL CONDITIONS: Dft. to remain drug free, submit to In/Out patient testing as directed. Dft. must participate in treatment at discretion of USPO. Confidentiality waived No new credit Access to all financial records. Dft. must notify employer Dft. must pay restitution in monthly install, of $ to begin days after release from custody. Deft shall apply all monies received from income tax refunds, lottery winnings, inheritances, judgments, and any anticipated or unexpected financial gains, to the outstanding court-ordered financial obligation. Dft. shall be surrendered to immigration officials and must fully cooperate w/INS in any deportation proceedings; may not re-enter w/o perm.

RECOMMENDATIONS to BOP: ¢" Dft. To be designated to: FMC Butner (designated at a medical facility category III) Dft. designated to facility to participate in ICC (Boot Camp) type program ¢" Dft. be afforded opportunity to participate in an alcohol abuse program. Other: Voluntary surrender permitted as directed bv USPO ¢" Defendant: ( ) Remanded (’) Cont’d on Bond to Self-Surrender ( ) Referred to USPO ( ) Immediate Deportation

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UN!TED STATES DISTRICT COURT

UNI I!ED STATES OF AMERICA

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Paul & Magliocchetti,

!Andsey R. Vad!~ Esq~ William E~ La:w!e:r, !!I; Esqi

JUDGMENT IN A CRIMINAL CASE
lfie :defcndan~ pled gullU [0 C0m~ts 1~ 7 and I! of:t!ie lndiCtm nL Hie de~i2ndant guilty of

Offense
!8 U,S,C; !O0!(a)(i) and 2 Felon~ 11/30/2008 Cotllli t

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and U:S,C: 2
2 U;S~C 44!b :and 437g(d)(l)(A) and 18 US,C;2

Illegal Corporate Campaign Felony I2~31/2008

A:s pionom~ced

7, 20! !~ !!ie deI)ndam iS seine:need as provided in pages 2 ~lir0ugl! 5 ofth!S JUdgin~*iL TI!e~

ORDERED e defeilda~*t Shalt r~odt~, ~t~e Uifited S~ates A{{orne5 :fbr tliis district wittiin 3,(i da>s of ctta~ge of name, residence or mailing add:ross untii a[t :finesi lestitution costs a!~d specia! assessmems imposed flail) paid Iford red {o

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United!States Diis~ric{ Judge

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Defc)id~)~S Name: C~s¢ Nm~)|)e~:

Pa~i| J, Miiglii)echetti 1:10cr0()286,00 !

IMPRISONMENT
The det)ndant i.~ hereb~ commiued into tt~e custod~ of ~he United States Bureau of Priso,~s ~o be imprisoned tbr a ~oml ~crm of: TWENTY-SEVEN (27) Mom~3s as ~o Count ~. TWENTY-SEVEN 127~ Momhs as ~o Count 7. and FWENt Y-SEVEN (27) Momhs as 1o Count ~ ~. fl~ese terms to rtm conc~rreutt3 w~h one another, tbr a to~a~ custod~ semcncc of TWENTY-SEVEN (27} Months. with credit {br ~ime alrca& served in connection with the ~nstant o*})~ses. pursuing{ ~o 18 U.S.C. 3585(b), as computed by the Bureau of Prisons. Court makes the loHo~ms recommendations to the Bureau of! riso~s: That dcfendanl bc dcsignaled to serve his sentence at FMC Burner. or al~other suitable medical li~ciHty equipped to ~reat h~s medical catc.or~ ]tI needs. Tha~ defendant be aflbrded the opportunity m participate in the alcohol abuse program ~tnlc incarcerated.

i’he defendant shall Surre~ider to the custody of {t~e [Ini{ed States MarSiial as directed by US, Pr0b ltion and the

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SUPERVISED RELEASE Upon ~ctease liom imprisonment, file det~ndm~t shah be on su!)ervised release tbr a term oL" [wo (2) Years as to Count 1. Two (2) Years as to Count 7. and Two (2) Years as to Couut ~ 1. these lerms to run concurrently with one another. The Pmbafim~ Office shall provide the defiendant with a copy of the standard conditions and any special conditkms The dcfia~dant shall report to the probation ofl]ce in the district to which the det:endanl is released wiihb~ 72 hours of re[ea:~e ~?om the custody of the Bureau of Prison,s, The def;:ndam shall not commit another fi:deral, state or loca! crime. The det?mdan~ shatt ~ot unlawfully possess or use a controlled s~bsiance. The manda~oW drug testing condition is suspended, based o~ the court’s determinafior~ tim11he dct~ndm}t presents a ~ow risk of *brute substance abuse. The det~ndant shall no{ possess a firearm, ammumtio~, destructive device, or any other dangerous weapon. lf~bis judgment hnposes a fine or restitution obl~gafiom it ~s a co~dition of supervised release tha~ fi~e de*)ndam pa} a~3 such fine or restitution ~n accorda~ce wifl~ the Schedule of Payments se~ tbrth h~ the Criminal Moneta0 l ena[ties shee~ ol’this judgmem

STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION
Fhe deqbndant shah comply with fl~e slandard coudffions flint have been adopted by this court as well as with any special conditions of supervision. l } lhe det?ndant shall not leave lhe judicial district without the l~ermission of the Court or probation ofticer: 2} the de~udant shall report 1o the probation officer and shall submit a m~thfifl and complete x~ri{ten report x~ithin the first five days of each monlh 3} tlae deti:udam shall answer Iruth[idly all inquiries b3 the proba~io~ officer and [bl!ow the insm~cfions oflhe probation officer: 4} the deggndant shall support his or her depeudams aud mee* other fimfib~ responsibilities. 5) the dc~:~;dam shall work regLflady at a ~a~Afl occupatiom unless excused by the probation officer ~br schooling. training, or other accep[aMe reasons ~) d~e de~ndant shall aofify the probation o#icer al least ten dass belbre aw change h~ residence or emplo5 mere. 7} [t~e de~kndm;t shall re#ain #ore excessive use ofa~cohol a~d shalt not purchase, possess, ase, distribute, or administer an~ narcotic or other controlled substance or aW paraI~hema[ia re~ated to such substances, except as prescribed by a 8) the defendant shall not frequent places v&ere cor~troHed substances are il~egalb sold, used. dislribu~ed, or administered: 91 lhe delbndant shall not associate with any persons engaged in criminal activity and shah not associa[e with any person convicted of a tklotty, unless grained permission to do so by the probation officer. I0} the deti~ndanI shall permit a probation officer to v~sit hhn or her at any time at home or elsewhere and shall permit confiscafion of an~ comraband obser~,~ed in plah~ ~,iew of the probatio~ officer: ~1 ) the defiendam shall notitk fl~e probation oiliccr within 72 houi:s of being arrested or questioned by a la~ enlbrcement officer. 12) t[lc dctkndant shall ~ol enter into an~. aereemem~ to act as an h~Ibrmer or as an aacm{, of a law enlbrccment aeencx~ . ~thout the perm~ssio~ oftt~e Court: ~3"} as dircc{cd b~ the ~robafion o~cer, the delkndam shall tmti[~, fl~ird parties ofr~sks that may be occasioned by the de~?~dam’s crimi~ml record or persoual hismO or charac{er~stics and shah permit the probation ofl?ccr to make such notifications and to confirm the dei~ndant s compliallce with such notificafiou requiremenL

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SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS
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The tine shall be due i~ fl~tt immediateb. k*ss the court has cxpressiy ordered otherwise, if this jud gmem imposes imprisomnenL payment of criminal mo,emry penalties is dtie during ~mprisom~en~. All crimina~ mtmcmU penal{ies, except those pay ments made through Federal Bureau of Prisons’ Inmate Financial Responsibility Program. are made ~o lhe Clerk ol’ihe Court. lhe del~ndant shall receive credit tbr all [~ayments previously made toward any crhnhml monetary pmmlties im posed. Pa~mer~ls shal~ be applied in the tbllo~ ing order: (1) assessmem (2) restittition principal {3) restimt~o~ b~terest 141 line prhmipal (5) ~ine imeres{ (6) communi{x restitution (7} pe~mlties and (81 cosis, i~cluding cosl o[’prosecmion and corm Nothing i~ the cour(s order shall prohibit the collectio~ ofawjudgment or line b3 the UniIed States.

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STATEMENT OF REASONS
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OFFICE OF CONGRESSIONAL ETHICS (202) 225-9739 ~202) 226-0997 IFAXl

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 27, 2010

Contact: Jon Steinman Jon.Steinman@mail.house.gov

STATEMENT OF THE OFFICE OF CONGRESSIONAL ETHICS REGARDING EVIDENCE COLLECTED IN OCE’S PMA INVESTIGATION: The Board of the Office of Congressional Ethics has voted unanimously to refer to the United States Department of Justice certain evidence collected in the course of its investigation concerning appropriations earmarks and the now defunct PMA lobbying firm. The evidence pertains to a factual finding by the OCE Board that certain persons and companies saw their campaign donations as affecting decisions about earmarks. The Board released this information to the Department of Justice pursuant to Section 1 (f)(B) of House Resolution 895 of the 110th Congress and Rule 13 of the OCE Rules for the Conduct of Investigations. The Board made the referral to the Department of Justice at this time after the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct apparently completed its review of the evidence (evidence previously provided to the Standards Committee by OCE) and the Chair and Ranking Member of the Committee issued a statement in response to H. Res. 1193, H. Res. 1220, H. Res. 1225 and H. Res. 1287. After that statement was issued, Representatives Jeff Flake of Arizona and Paul Hodes of New Hampshire requested that the OCE to release the evidence it had collected in its PMA investigation. The OCE Board is committed, consistent with the limits prescribed by House Resolution 895, to keep Members and the public informed about its work. However, under the circumstances of this case and the risk of prejudice to any pending criminal investigation, among other concerns, the Board was unable to grant their request.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2011 WWW.JUSTICE.GOV

CRM (202) 514-2008 (202) 514-1888

LOBBYIST SENTENCED TO 27 MONTHS IN PRISON FOR ROLE IN ILLEGAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION SCHEME WASHINGTON - Paul Magliocchetti, the founder and president of PMA Group Inc., a lobbying firm, was sentenced today to 27 months in prison for making hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal campaign contributions and making false statements to a federal agency, announced Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division; U.S. Attorney Neil H. MacBride of the Eastern District of Virginia; and James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis III also sentenced Magliocchetti to two years of supervised release and ordered him to pay a $75,000 fine. Magliocchetti pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., on Sept. 24, 2010, to one count each of making false statements, making illegal conduit contributions and making illegal corporate contributions. "Paul Magliocchetti spent half of a decade gaming the system. He concocted a massive scheme to secretly funnel money to political campaigns - all so that he could gain wealth and prestige," said Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division. "As today’s sentence makes clear, he must now pay a price. We will continue to bring to justice those who hide the source of campaign funds and thus damage the integrity of our election process." "Mr. Magliocchetti carried out one of the largest federal campaign finance frauds in history," said U.S. Attorney MacBride. "He learned that no one - despite wealth and influence - is above the law. Today’s sentence should put anyone on notice that if you seek to buy the influence of elected public officials through skirting the campaign finance laws you’ll not merely be exposed publicly but you’ll go to prison for a long time."

"Enhancing one’s professional reputation by using colleagues, friends and even family to make illegal campaign contributions is dishonest; and Mr. Magliocchetti knew that his actions were against the law," said James W. McJunkin, Assistant Director in

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Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. "I am proud of the team of agents from the Defense Criminal Investigative Service and FBI who worked on behalf of all Americans to investigate this blatant abuse of prestige and money. The public needs to trust that elections will not be influenced in this manner." He was charged in an indictment unsealed on Aug. 5, 2010. According to the indictment, Magliocchetti orchestrated a scheme to make illegal conduit and corporate federal campaign contributions in an effort to enrich himself and PMA by increasing the firm’s influence, power and prestige among the firm’s current and potential clients as well as among the elected public officials to whom PMA and its lobbyists sought access. The federal campaigns that received these funds were unaware of Magliocchetti’s scheme. Magliocchetti admitted that, from 2003 through 2008, he used members of his family, friends and PMA lobbyists to make unlawful campaign contributions. Aware of the strict limits on individual federal campaign contributions - and the outright ban on corporate contributions - Magliocchetti admitted that he instructed the conduits to write checks out of their personal checking accounts to specific candidates for federal office and that, for the purpose of making these contributions, Magliocchetti advanced funds to or reimbursed these individuals using personal and corporate monies. Magliocchetti also admitted that, through this scheme, he caused various federal campaign committees to unknowingly create and file false reports with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) regarding the contributions they had received. These reports, which the FEC made available to the public, falsely stated that the conduits had made contributions, when in fact the contributions were made by Magliocchetti or PMA. In connection with this investigation, Mark Magliocchetti pleaded guilty on Aug. 5, 2010, before U.S. Magistrate Judge T. Rawles Jones Jr., in U.S. District Court in Alexandria to making illegal corporate campaign contributions. According to court documents, Mark Magliocchetti admitted to receiving payments from an individual and a company with the understanding that those monies were to be used for federal campaign contributions. According to court documents, the amount of contributions made by Mark Magliocchetti and his wife, and funded by the individual and the company, exceeded $120,000 but was less than $200,000. Mark Magliocchetti was sentenced to 14 days in prison plus five and a half months of home confinement. This case was prosecuted by Deputy Chief Justin V. Shur and Trial Attorneys M. Kendall Day and Kevin O. Driscoll of the Criminal Division’s Public Integrity Section, and by Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark D. Lytle of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. The case was investigated by the FBI and the Defense Criminal Investigative Service.

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