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Tag Archives: Drug Quantity

Criminal Law: Drug Conspiracy-Sufficiency of Evidence-Drug Quantity

Where a defendant challenged convictions including for drug conspiracy and money laundering charges, sufficient evidence existed to allow a jury to conclude that each element of the offenses was satisfied, and the defendant did not show error in the drug ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Drug Quantity

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty in a methamphetamine case argued that the district court erred in making its drug-quantity determination for sentencing purposes, claiming that the informant’s testimony was inconsistent, the court explained its reasons for believing the informant ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Drug Quantity

Where a defendant challenged his sentence in a drug-conspiracy case, the government failed to prove the estimated drug quantity, so the matter is remanded for resentencing. Judgment is reversed in part and remanded. U.S. v. Sterling (MLW No. 74083/Case No. ...

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