Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Kelly Rogers' Trial Postponed until April 2011

The jury trial of Kelly G Rogers has been postponed until April 18th, 2011 according to the Collin County website. The pretrial conference is now scheduled to take place on April 13th.

Apparently a pecking order exists within the DA's office of who gets priority to stand trial. The bad guys are bucketed into two groups; those in jail awaiting trial and those out on bail. Unfortunately, Mr. Rogers is not in jail and therefore has been bumped...for now.

According to sources, Kelly G. Rogers is now at the top of the list of those out on bail and stands a 80-90% chance of going to trial on the 13th of April. The prosecutor assigned to the case is Coleman Sylvan graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Furman University. He received his law degree from Southern Methodist Dedman School of Law. While attending law school, he volunteered at the Dallas Public Defenders Family Division. He began his career with the Collin County District Attorney's Office in September 2005 as a misdemeanor prosecutor.

To review; Kelly Rogers was indicted, booked and freed on bail over allegation that he misappropriated corporate funds and purchased personal items such as swimming pools and other. Additionally, Rogers has been sued by numerous groups who invested in various schemes he organized, he's been sued by the SEC for violating security and exchange law and has recently filed and was granted bankruptcy protection. Kelly and Carrie Rogers have also been foreclosed upon by the Bank of Texas and are losing their home at 8 Riva Ridge in Frisco, Texas.

We will continue to post any factual information as it becomes public. We also welcome any comments from former investors or participants in any of Kelly's business schemes or experiences from his Amway business.

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