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California Court of Appeal

People v. Bush, 140589

Conviction by jury verdict of driving with a suspended license and of receiving and acquiring proceeds knowing them to be derived from a controlled substance offense with the intent to conceal those proceeds and avoid a transaction reporting requirement, is affirmed over defendant's unpersuasive contentions that: 1) he did not knowingly and intelligently waive his right to counsel; 2) there was insufficient evidence he intended to conceal the nature or source of the money; 3) he could not be convicted for receiving or acquiring proceeds from sales that he allegedly conducted himself; and 4) the jury should have been instructed on the elements of the underlying controlled substance offense.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2017/01/11




  • California Court of Appeal


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