Drywall Installer Given Probation For Immigration Violations
Law360, New York (June 6, 2016, 10:24 PM EDT) -- The first individual in western Washington convicted of repeatedly and knowingly hiring workers who were in the U.S. without permission has been sentenced to a fine and probation in a Washington federal court.
David Jones, 47, who pled guilty in February to Immigration Reform Control Act violations, was sentenced Thursday under a plea agreement to two years of probation and a $25,000 fine, and his Seattle-area company DJ Drywall Inc. was given five years of probation and a $75,000 fine. Jones and DJ Drywall will be required to participate in the E-Verify online employment verification system while on probation.
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