US v. BOONE, 99-5439, 99-5695, 99-5894
Even where the precise amount of crack cocaine manufactured by the defendant was uncertain, the district court erred in reducing defendant-s Offense Level and Guidelines Range by ignoring credible evidence that he manufactured at least 200 grams of crack.
- Decided 01/29/2002
- Published 01/30/2002
- Before ROTH, McKEE and RENDELL, Circuit Judges.
- United States Third Circuit
- For Appellant:
- David E. Schafer (Argued), Assistant Federal Public Defender, Trenton, NJ, Attorney for appellant Boone in No. 99-5439.
- For Appellees:
- David L. Rhoads (Argued), Trenton, NJ, Attorney for Appellant Weston in No. 99-5695 and cross-appellee in No. 99-5894., Robert J. Cleary, United States Attorney, Norman Gross (Argued), Assistant United States Attorney, Camden, NJ, Attorneys for appellee in Nos. 99-5439/5695 and cross-appellant in No. 99-5894.