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US v. Stover, 05-3562, 05-3638

Defendants' convictions for drug-related offenses are affirmed over claims of error regarding: 1) whether defendant's waiver of his right to testify on his own behalf was knowing and intelligent; 2) denial of a motion to suppress; 3) a violation of the Confrontation Clause via admission into evidence of tape recordings of a defendant and a co-conspirator; 4) jury instructions; and 5) prosecutorial misconduct.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 01/30/2007
  • Published 01/30/2007

Judges

  • CLAY, Circuit Judge., Before CLAY and SUTTON, Circuit Judges;  SHARP, District Judge.

Court

  • United States Sixth Circuit

Counsel

  • For Appellees:
  • ARGUED:  Matthew M. Robinson, Robinson & Brandt, Cincinnati, Ohio, for Appellants.  Blas E. Serrano, Assistant United States Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio, for Appellee.   ON BRIEF:  Matthew M. Robinson, Robinson & Brandt, Cincinnati, Ohio, David L. Doughten, Doughten & Smith, Cleveland, Ohio, for Appellants.  Blas E. Serrano, Assistant United States Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio, for Appellee.