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US v. Barrett

Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed in part, vacated in part. Defendant challenged his conviction for using firearms in the commission of violent crimes. Because categorizing...
08/30/2019 14‐2641‐cr

In re Sagin

Habeas Corpus, Evidence, Criminal Law & Procedure
Vacated conviction. Defendant was sentenced to life without parole for the conviction of a murder in 1986. He petitioned for a writ of habeas corpus...
08/30/2019 H044767

People v. Kuma

Judges & Judiciary, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed. Defendant was convicted of vehicular manslaughter. Defendant challenged the judgment contending that the jury received confusing and...
08/30/2019 A150107

US v. Pervis

Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed. A Texas bank robbery was properly considered a crime of violence and it was a second or subsequent offense in relation to an attempt made...
08/30/2019 17-20689

US v. Kalu

Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed. The application of two sentencing enhancements in the case of a person who pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud was not...
08/30/2019 18-20399

US v. Heon-Ceol Chi

Criminal Law & Procedure
Finding the crime described in Article 129 of South Korea’s Criminal Code fits squarely within the definition of “bribing a public official” from 18...
08/30/2019 17-50358

US v. Pugh

Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed, remanded for resentencing. Because defendant’s letter describing his allegiance to the Islamic State was never translated or otherwise...
08/29/2019 17-1889

People v. Force

Judges & Judiciary, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Reversed and remand for new trial. Defendant is a sexually violent predator who is currently receiving treatment at a state mental hospital. He...
08/29/2019 G055482

US v. Haynes

Sentencing, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed. Different charges involved in a nested set of charges were divisible and a jury could find the accused guilty of the underlying Hobbs Act...
08/29/2019 17-3657

US v. London, Jr.

Sentencing, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Affirmed. A motion to correct a 1996 sentence as a career offender was not timely because the motion asserts a right not recognized in caselaw.
08/29/2019 17-30675
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