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US v. Reyeros, 06-1485, 06-1486

Convictions and sentence for conspiracy to import cocaine are affirmed where: 1) there was sufficient evidence that defendant knew the specific object of the conspiracy; 2) documents in the possession of a foreign sovereign and never seen by the government were not subject to Brady or Jencks disclosure; 3) there was no individual or cumulative unfairness in the court's rulings on a motion to sever, evidentiary questions, or alleged prosecutorial misconduct; and 4) objections to an ex parte proceeding during sentencing were waived.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 07/31/2008
  • Published 07/31/2008


  • Before:  SLOVITER, JORDAN, and ALARCÓN , Circuit Judges.


  • United States Third Circuit


  • For Appellant:
  • Peter Goldberger [Argued], Law Office of Peter Goldberger, Ardmore, PA, Paul D. Petruzzi, Neil M. Schuster, Miami, FL, for Appellant Jorge Reyeros., Neil M. Schuster [Argued], Miami, FL, for Appellant Juan Reyeros.

  • For Appellees:
  • George S. Leone, Caroline A. Sadlowski [Argued], Office of United States Attorney, Newark, NJ, for Appellee USA.
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