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10-1085 U.S. v. Isom

Sentencing Relevant conduct The district court properly determined the defendant’s relevant conduct based on hearsay statements of coconspirators. “Here, the government established that both Rose’s and Coffey’s accounts as recounted in the presentence report were reliable. Reliability can be established by internal consistency, corroborating evidence, and providing missing facts and details. See United States v. Mays, 593 F.3d ...

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