Looks like Craddock has pleaded guilty to 2 Counts of Wire Fraud, and is scheduled for a Change of Plea Hearing set for 6/22/2015 at 2:00 PM in Orlando Courtroom 6 D before Magistrate Judge David A. Baker.
Here are a few bits from the Plea Agreement:
Pursuant to Fed. R. Crim. P. 11(c), the United States of America, by A. Lee Bentley, lll, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, and the defendant, ROBERT LEE CRADDOCK, and the attorney for the defendant, Stephen Baer, Esq., mutually agree as follows:
1. Counts Pleading To
The defendant shall enter a plea of guilty to Counts One and Two of the lndictment. Counts One and Two charge the defendant with wire fraud, in violation of 18 U.S.C. S 1343.
2. Maximum Penalties
Counts One and Two each carry a maximum sentence of twenty years of imprisonment, a fine of $250,000, a term of supervised release of not more than three years, and a special assessment of $100 per felony count for individuals. With respect to certain offenses, the Court shall order the defendant to make restitution to any victim of the offenses, and with respect to other offenses, the Court may order the defendant to make restitution to any victim of the offenses, or to the community, as set forth below.
3. Elements of the Offenses
The defendant acknowledges understanding the nature and elements of the offenses with which defendant has been charged and to which defendant is pleading guilty. The elements of Counts One and Two are:
First: The Defendant knowingly devised or participated in a scheme to defraud, or to obtain money or property by using false pretenses, representations, or promises;
Second: The false pretenses, representations, or promises
were about a material fact;
Third: The Defendant acted with the intent to defraud; and
Forth: The Defendant transmitted or caused to be transmitted by wire some communication in interstate commerce to help carry out the scheme to defraud.
4. No Further Charges
lf the Court accepts this plea agreement, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida agrees not to charge defendant
with committing any other federal criminal offenses known to the United States Attorney’s Office at the time of the execution of this agreement, related to the conduct giving rise to this plea agreement.
And there is a lot more available from the link above.