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The Government Prosecutes Tricare Fraud and Court Not Pleased White-Collar Defendant Treated Leniently, Remanded for Resentencing (Yikes!); United States v. Howard, 28 F.4th 180 (11th Cir. 2022)
April 28, 2022
United States v. Duldulao, Case No. 20-13973 (11th Circuit Court of Appeals, filed December 21, 2021) Court allows expert witness with reliability and “candor” issues to testify to ultimate issue in dispute; sufficiency of the evidence challenges denied.
April 10, 2022
Who Knew a Fishing Case Could Be Interesting? Vacating a Conviction Due to Improper Venue (Here’s something you don’t see very often…), US v. Timothy J. Smith, Case No. 20-12667 (11th Circuit Court of Appeals, filed January 12, 2022).
January 31, 2022
Defendant Receives New Trial After Judge Forces His Lawyer to Try the Case without Time to Prepare, USA v. Schwarz, 828 Fed. Appx. 628 (2020)
January 22, 2021
U.S. v. Munksgard, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Filed January 30, 2019: False Statements to Obtain Bank Loans
March 7, 2019
U.S. v. Dixon, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals; Filed August 24, 2018: What is a Conspiracy, Anyway?
September 20, 2018
Scott v. U.S., Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Filed May 23, 2018: Brady Claims are always “Second and Successive” Under the AEDPA… Or Are They?
July 30, 2018
United States v. Crabtree, 11th Circuit, filed 1/3/18: Fraud and Double Jeopardy Clause, Dismissed Juror, Jury Charges
January 23, 2018
US v. Castaneda-Pozo, 11th Cir., filed 12/19/17; Sentencing Issues for Fraud Convictions; Intended Loss and Substantial Financial Hardship
January 2, 2018
United States v. Blue, 4th Cir., filed 12/12/17: Vacate and Remand on Sentencing Issue; Judge did not adequately consider Blue’s non-frivolous arguments in favor of downward departure
December 13, 2017