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- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.

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David Albers/Staff - David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers. Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.

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  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr., left, leaves the federal courthouse with his public defender, George Ellis Summers Jr., after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in downtown Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr. leaves the federal courthouse after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr., left, leaves the federal courthouse with his public defender, George Ellis Summers Jr., after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in downtown Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.
  • David Albers/Staff
- David Mobley, Sr., left, leaves the federal courthouse with his public defender, George Ellis Summers Jr., after a hearing on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in downtown Fort Myers.   Mobley was arrested in August for violating his probation by not paying any of the $77.3 million in restitution owed to the victims of his Ponzi scheme. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John Steele did not send Mobley back to prison, but ordered the 56-year-old to pay 25 percent of his gross income toward restitution.

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