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Criminal Law: Damaging Government Property-Jury Instructions-Sufficiency of Evidence

Defendant was found guilty of damaging government property after he struck and destroyed an airport localizer antenna while driving drunk. On appeal, defendant challenged the jury instructions and argued the evidence was insufficient to support a guilty verdict. Where the ...

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Interstate Transport of Stolen Vehicle: Sophisticated-Means Enhancement-Substantive Unreasonableness of Sentence

Defendant pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit offenses against the United States, interstate transport of a stolen vehicle and fraudulent use of access devices, after he and a co-conspirator used a fraudulently obtained Social Security number to purchase vehicles and ...

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