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09-3558 U.S. v. Johnson

Evidence Relevance; undue prejudice Where a defendant's recorded telephone conversations from jail could be interpreted either innocently or as an attempt to intimidate the government's informant, they were properly admitted at trial. "Johnson claims that this conversation did in fact concern his attempts to sell a car and his hope that he could use the money from the ...

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