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Criminal Law: Tampering With Evidence-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where defendant challenged his convictions including one for felony tampering with physical evidence, the defendant voluntarily admitted to the crime during his testimony and closing argument, so he was bound by the judicial admissions, and the state’s improper “acquittal first” ...

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Employment: USERRA-Sufficiency of Evidence-Motivating Factor

Where a plaintiff, who was employed as a service-center manager after his retirement from the U.S. Army, claimed that his termination violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, claims regarding certain disparaging remarks were not actionable, and a ...

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Criminal Law: Sentencing-Reduction-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where a defendant challenged his convictions for federal assault offenses, the evidence was sufficient to support the convictions, and the judgment is affirmed because the district court did not clearly err in denying his request for an acceptance-of-responsibility reduction because ...

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Public Utilities: Infrastructure-Replacement Surcharge-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where the Office of Public Counsel and a gas utility challenged an order disallowing $4.1 million in infrastructure-replacement surcharges, arguing that the utility could not recover costs incurred to replace case iron and bare steel mains and service lines, the ...

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Criminal Law: Unlawful Business Practices-Sufficiency of Evidence

Defendant appealed from his conviction for unlawful merchandising practices, deceptive business practices, identity theft and attempted stealing by deceit. On appeal, defendant argued that he was improperly denied the right of self-representation and further challenged the sufficiency of evidence supporting ...

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