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US v. Johnson, 06-3968

Conviction and sentence for production of child pornography are affirmed over defendant's arguments that: 1) his consent to a search that uncovered evidence was involuntary; 2) his waiver of his Miranda rights was involuntary; and 3) the district court violated his Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights by imposing the mandatory minimum life sentence because the underlying fact of a prior conviction had not been charged in the indictment or proven beyond a reasonable doubt to a jury.

Appellate Information

  • Argued 04/10/2007
  • Decided 07/30/2007
  • Published 07/30/2007

Judges

  • RIPPLE, Circuit Judge., Before BAUER, POSNER and RIPPLE, Circuit Judges.

Court

  • United States Seventh Circuit

Counsel

  • For Appellees:
  • Gayle Helart (argued), Office of the United States Attorney, Indianapolis, IN, for Plaintiff-Appellee., William H. Dazey, Jr. (argued), Indiana Federal Community Defenders, Inc., Indianapolis, IN, for Defendant-Appellant.
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