Judge Allows Criminal Productions Inc Subpoenas For Residents of Vegas & Henderson

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On August 23rd, District of Nevada Magistrate Judge Carl W. Hoffman  granted the request of Criminal Productions Inc., the copyright holder of the movie “Criminal” starring Kevin Costner and Ryan Reynolds to issue subpoenas to COX Communications to reveal the names of 22 unnamed defendants who allegedly illegally downloaded the movie using file-sharing software like BitTorrent.

The 22 defendants live in Las Vegas and Henderson, with many appearing to be in the Summerlin, Summerlin South, Peccole Ranch, Paradise, Enterprise, and Winchester areas.  At least one appears to be a hotel on or near the Strip. A few may be in North Las Vegas.

The best thing to do is to talk with an experienced lawyer.  Antonelli Law, a national BT Copyright Defense Group has defended over 1,500 people accused of online copyright infringement including many accused by LHF Productions, Inc. Our local counsel in Las Vegas is attorney Byron L Ames.

Contact us and let our experience help you make the right legal decision for you. We can help you decide what to so about the Criminal Productions Inc subpoenas.

  • Learn about what the notice means.
  • Ask every question that concerns you.
  • Learn the facts and decide if you want to settle the lawsuit anonymously, wait to see if nothing happens, or plan to fight back.
  • File a motion to quash? We’ll help you to decide.

Call us today for a free consultation at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Don’t panic. Learn the facts and speak for free, confidentially, with our experienced attorneys.

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If you receive a letter from from COX Communications or Hospitality Network LLC informing you of the copyright infringement allegations and a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310.

We will help you resolve this lawsuit either through anonymous settlement or by defending against the lawsuit in court. We will also answer questions about filing a motion to quash or vacate the subpoena. We can help you decide what to so about the Criminal Productions Inc subpoenas.

Antonelli Law has represented over 1,500 people across the country facing federal lawsuits alleging BitTorrent copyright infringement using Internet technologies. We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you. Attorney referrals accepted.

CONTACT ANTONELLI LAW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION

Criminal Productions Inc. sues 22 Las Vegas COX customers allegedly downloading the movie "Criminal" 16-cv-01968
Criminal Productions Inc. sues 22 Las Vegas COX customers allegedly downloading the movie “Criminal” 16-cv-01968

A copy of the Order by District of Nevada Magistrate Judge Carl W. Hoffman allowing subpoenas to issue to COX Communications to reveal the names of internet subscribers associated with certain IP addresses alleged to have torrented the movie “Criminal” can be found here.

The lawsuit Complaint filed by Criminal Productions Inc alleges that these defendants illegally downloaded the film via a file called Criminal 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK  using file hash number SHA1: A921EF0F3148C570CF63C243960CE82F69C10D21

Please tell your friends NOT to download this movie or they may be sued. Their first notice will be receiving one of several Criminal Productions Inc subpoenas.

Criminal Productions Inc is represented in the Nevada lawsuit by Las Vegas attorney Charles Rainey of RAINEY LEGAL GROUP, PLLC.

Complaint Criminal Productions 16-cv-01968 8-19-16

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