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Criminal Law: Inmate in Possession of Prohibited Object-Sufficiency of Evidence-Sixth Amendment Violation

Defendant was found guilty of being an inmate in possession of a prohibited object — specifically, a cell phone. On appeal, defendant challenged the sufficiency of the evidence and argued that the district court violated his Sixth Amendment rights by refusing to allow a witness to testify. Where a corrections officer testified that he found defendant ...
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