United States District Court, S.D. New York
ORDER OF RESTITUTION
the application of the United States of America, by its
attorney, Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney for the
Southern District of New York, Daniel G. Nessim, Assistant
United States Attorney, of counsel; the presentence report;
the Defendant's conviction on Count One and of the
above-referenced Indictment; and all other proceedings in
this case, it is hereby ORDERED that:
Amount of Restitution.
Qu, the Defendant, shall pay restitution in the total amount
of $146, 202.93 to the victim of the offenses charged in
Count One. The name and address of the victim is set forth in
the Schedule of Victims attached hereto. Upon advice of a
change of address, the Clerk of the Court is authorized to
send payments to the new address without further order of
Joint and Several Liability.
is joint and several with all defendants in case 18 Cr. 827
Schedule of Payments.
to 18 U.S.C. § 3664(f)(2), in consideration of the
financial resources and other assets of the Defendant,
including whether any of these assets are jointly controlled;
projected earnings and other income of the Defendant; and any
financial obligations of the Defendant; including obligations
to dependents, the Defendant shall pay restitution in the
manner and according to the schedule that follows:
interest of justice, restitution shall be payable in
installments pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3572(d)(1) and (2).
Defendant shall commence monthly installment payments in an
amount equal to 10 percent of the Defendant's gross
income, payable on the 1st of each month, thirty days upon
release from prison.
serving the term of imprisonment, the Defendant shall make
installment payments toward his restitution obligation, and
may do so through the Bureau of Prisons' (BOP) Inmate
Financial Responsibility Plan (IFRP). Pursuant to BOP policy,
the BOP may establish a payment plan by evaluating the
Defendant's six-month deposit history and subtracting an
amount determined by the BOP to be used to maintain contact
with family and friends, but in any event no less than $25
per quarter. The remaining balance may be used to determine a
repayment schedule. BOP staff shall help the Defendant
develop a financial plan and shall monitor the inmate's
progress in meeting his restitution obligation. Any unpaid
amount remaining upon release from prison will be paid in a
lump sum, immediately.
Defendant defaults on the payment schedule set forth above,
the Government may pursue other remedies to enforce the
Defendant shall make restitution payments by certified check,
bank check, money order, wire transfer, credit card or cash.
Checks and money orders shall be made payable to the
"SDNY Clerk of the Court" and mailed or
hand-delivered to: United States Courthouse, 500 Pearl
Street, New York, New York 10007 - Attention: Cashier, as
required by 18 U.S.C. § 3611. The Defendant shall write
his name and the docket number of this case on each check or
money order. Credit card payments must be made in person at
the Clerk's Office. Any cash payments shall be hand
delivered to the Clerk's Office using exact change, and
shall not be mailed. For payments by wire, the Defendant
shall contact the Clerk's Office for wiring instructions.