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Tag Archives: United States Court of Appeals

10-1239 EEOC v. Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.

Employment Race discrimination; EEOC subpoenas Where almost all of a company’s African-American employees are in a predominantly African-American neighborhood, the EEOC’s subpoena requesting information regarding employees who expressed an interest in sales work at other offices was properly enforced. “Nothing ...

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10-2797 U.S. v. Landwer

Sentencing Sophisticated means enhancement Where a fraud lasted for seven years, the court properly enhanced the sentence for using sophisticated means to perpetrate the scheme. “Landwer’s conduct, however, falls within our interpretation of sophisticated means. Application of the adjustment ‘is ...

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09-3577 Jones v. Basinger

United States Court of Appeals CRIMINAL OPINIONS Habeas Corpus Confrontation Clause Where a state court judge admitted double hearsay against a defendant as substantive evidence to prove the defendants’ guilt, his federal habeas corpus petition should have been granted. “To ...

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