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Criminal Law: Possession with Intent to Distribute-Suppression of Evidence-Sufficiency of Evidence

Defendant was convicted of possession with intent to distribute. On appeal, defendant alleged a number of errors, including denial of his suppression motion, denial of a Franks hearing, denial of in camera review of an officer’s personnel file, allowing a ...

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Administrative: SSI and SSDI-Sequential Evaluation Process-Sufficiency of Evidence

Plaintiff appealed from the district court’s decision upholding the commissioner of Social Security’s final decision denying plaintiff’s applications for SSDI and SSI. On appeal, plaintiff argued that an administrative law judge’s findings in three steps of the statutory five-step sequential ...

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