On February 5, U.S. District Judge Richard Leon rejected a deferred prosecution agreement that Fokker Services B.V. had negotiated with the government.  An information charged the company with making over 1100 separate shipments of parts used in aircraft aviation and navigation systems to Iran, Sudan, and Burma—countries subject to export controls.  Judge Leon noted that the penalty the government proposed, even when combined with fines that would be paid to other regulators, did not exceed the $21 million in revenue Fokker allegedly derived from its conduct.  The court also found insufficient the 18-month probationary period and criticized the government for failing to require the appointment of a compliance monitor.  In its order, the court indicated that it would consider a modified version of the deferred prosecution agreement.  United States v. Fokker Services B.V., 14-cr-121 (D.D.C.).