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Criminal Law: Carjacking-Within-Guidelines Sentence-Brady Violation

Defendant appealed from his conviction for carjacking, arguing that the district court impermissibly double-counted the same criminal conduct in calculating his sentence, that his overall sentence was substantively unreasonable and that the government committed a Brady violation by failing to ...

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Missouri lawmakers vow to go after carjackers, but not guns

Republican legislators and Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they made it clear that those priorities don’t include stricter gun laws. Legislative leaders said they’ll push for ...

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Missouri lawmakers vow to go after carjackers, but not guns

Republican legislators and Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they made it clear that those priorities don’t include stricter gun laws. Legislative leaders said they’ll push for ...

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Missouri lawmakers vow to go after carjackers, but not guns

Republican legislators and Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Tuesday laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they made it clear that those priorities don’t include stricter gun laws. Legislative leaders said they’ll ...

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Missouri lawmakers vow to go after carjackers, but not guns

Republican legislators and Republican Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Tuesday laid out legislative priorities for 2020 aimed at fighting violent urban crime, but they made it clear that those priorities don’t include stricter gun laws. Legislative leaders said they’ll ...

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Insurance: Carjacking-Possession of Firearm in Crime of Violence-Residual Clause

Plaintiff appealed the grant of summary judgment to defendant, which determined that defendant did not owe uninsured motorist coverage to plaintiff following his car crash with Mason Baumgarte, an insured driver. The district court ruled that Baumgarte was solely responsible ...

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Criminal Law: Carjacking-Possession of Firearm in Crime of Violence-Residual Clause

Defendant pleaded guilty to carjacking and possession of a firearm in relation to a crime of violence. Following sentencing, defendant unsuccessfully moved to correct his sentence in the wake of Johnson v. U.S., 1315 S.Ct. 2551, which ruled that the ...

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Criminal: Carjacking-Waiver of Challenge to Conviction and Sentence-Assessment of Criminal History Points

Defendant pleaded guilty to carjacking and related offenses after admitting he stole a car at gunpoint with the owner’s dog in the backseat; defendant later crashed the vehicle, killing the dog. Defendant’s plea agreement included a waiver of challenge to ...

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