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The disputed government of Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro “exploit[ed] the law of diplomatic immunities” to avoid Saab’s extradition to the United States, a Florida judge wrote.
03 January 2023
A Miami court is hearing arguments as to whether it should grant diplomatic immunity to one of the key allies of disputed Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro.
20 December 2022
A Florida jury found Claudia Patricia Díaz Guillen and her husband guilty on five of six counts of laundering some $4 million in bribes.
14 December 2022
A jury heard opening statements in the DOJ's bribery case against Claudia Patricia Díaz Guillén, who served under former president Hugo Chávez’s administration.
29 November 2022
Rafael Rixon Rafael Morena Oropeza allegedly bribed a Venezuelan government official to install a high-ranking official in a joint venture between the country’s state oil company and Chevron.
25 August 2022
Carlos Enrique Urbano Fermín will forfeit $3 million in addition to the intermittent confinement ordered by a Florida judge in May.
02 August 2022
A Florida federal judge said he was not “persuaded” by a Houston federal judge's decision to dismiss separate bribery cases on jurisdictional grounds.
18 July 2022
The DOJ charged two financial asset managers for their alleged role in a scheme to launder an estimated $1.2 billion in funds corruptly obtained from Venezuela’s state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA).
13 July 2022
The US’s civil sanctions enforcer imposed a $255,937 penalty on Banco Popular de Puerto Rico for processing over $853,000 worth of transactions on behalf of two Venezuelan government employees, in violation of US sanctions.
30 May 2022
Carlos Enrique Urbano Fermín was sentenced to five years of probation and 120 days of intermittent confinement.
24 May 2022
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