A judge ruled on October 10 that Joe Giudice He must be deported to his native country of Italy, in accordance with Radar Online. "Based on the law, I find you deplorable and ineligible for any kind of relief," judge John Ellington According to reports, at the hearing. "Sir, Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best, I decided this case as a matter of law." Joe, who attended the hearing through a teleconference, was stunned and shocked by the decision, Radar reports.
"I do not understand how I can be deported in this case," he argued. "If you want, I'll tell you my side, I should not even be here now, I have to go back and tell this to my children, they've been waiting to hear from me." The judge reportedly admitted that "he is not pleased" to have to tell this news to a family, and Joe continued to press his side. "My charges are one of the lowest charges in this whole BOP center, or whatever it's called," he said. "I can explain it". Joe will have the opportunity to file an appeal to this decision before November 9.
Joe and his wife, Teresa Giudice, they were charged with 41 counts of fraud in 2013. In 2014, they pleaded guilty to the charges. The couple was able to serve their prison sentences separately, so that someone could be at home with their four children. Teresa was sentenced to 15 months, which began in January 2015. She finished being released at the beginning of December 2016.
Meanwhile, Joe was sentenced to 41 months, with potential deportation. He began his sentence in March 2016.