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01-1314 U.S. v. Quilling

"Mr. Quilling argues that he was unduly prejudiced because the Government argued, and the jury possibly inferred, that Mr. Quilling possessed the gun because he possessed the bullets and vice versa. However, '"prejudice requiring severance is not shown if evidence on the severed counts would be admissible in the trial of the remaining counts."' United ...

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