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10-1515 U.S. v. Jamison

Possession of a Sawed-off Shotgun Harmless error Where a shotgun was significantly shorter than allowed, any error in the cross-examination of a witness was harmless. “Jamison argues that the government failed to sufficiently prove the second element to render the alleged error harmless. This argument is meritless: The government proved the second element with overwhelming evidence. First, Agents ...

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