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Criminal Law: Ineffective Assistance-Resisting Arrest-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where a defendant challenged the denial of his motion for a new trial, arguing that the trial court had authority to hear his ineffective-assistance claim, the claim was not timely raised before the court, so the court did not err ...

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Torts: Product Liability-Stream of Commerce-Sufficiency of Evidence

Plaintiff suffered serious injuries to his fingers. He filed suit against defendant, the successor to the designer of the machine that injured him. The district court granted summary judgment to defendant, ruling that plaintiff failed to provide evidence of when ...

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Criminal Law: Drug Possession-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where a defendant challenged his felony convictions for possession of methamphetamine and lorazepam, the lab report was sufficient to show that the substance tested in a bag was methamphetamine, and the possession-of-methamphetamine conviction was based on sufficient evidence including witness ...

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Torts: Product Liability-Stream of Commerce-Sufficiency of Evidence

Plaintiff suffered serious injuries to his fingers. He filed suit against defendant, the successor to the designer of the machine that injured him. The district court granted summary judgment to defendant, ruling that plaintiff failed to provide evidence of when ...

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Criminal Law: Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine Base-Sufficiency of Evidence-Calculation of Offense Level

Defendants were found guilty of drug and firearms offenses. Defendant Bruce Pugh was sentenced to 110 months’ incarceration, and defendant Darren Warren was sentenced to 130 months’ imprisonment. On appeal, defendants challenged the sufficiency of evidence; Pugh also challenged the ...

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Criminal Law: Supervised Release-Due Process-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where a defendant in a drug-possession case challenged the revocation of his supervised release, the district court had sufficient evidence to find that the defendant committed the violation, and even if the defendant’s due process rights were violated, he did ...

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Criminal Law: Drug and Firearms Offenses-Sufficiency of Evidence-Eyewitness Identification

Defendant appealed from his conviction for drug and firearms offenses, arguing that the district court erroneously admitted eyewitness identification evidence, failed to instruct the jury on eyewitness identification, and violated his Sixth Amendment right to counsel. Defendant also challenged the ...

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