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After Judge Roger Dutton refused the change of plea, Udu was banished to the cells for arguing back.
Judge John O'Hagan told the victims' families he hoped Henderson's change of plea would now help them get on with their lives.
After Taylor's change of plea, Barton's trial was adjourned until today.
The government indicated at the change of plea hearing that, had the case gone to trial, it would have proven that O'Hare knowingly participated in a scheme to provide false information to lenders regarding O'Hare's employment, income and occupation, as well as false tax returns and false appraisals on the "E" Street property.
Judge John O'Hagan told the victims' families he hoped the change of plea would now help them get on with their lives.
At Kattar's change of plea, the United States stated that its trial evidence would have shown that Kattar was the head of the organization responsible for the importation of the hashish.
The change of plea was rejected and he was jailed for 15 months and banned from driving for three years.
Following the change of pleas, Judge Raymond Groarke discharged the jury and adjourned sentencing in the case to December 12.