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Methamphetamine; Evidence

Where a criminal defendant convicted of methamphetamine charges objected to the introduction of evidence that he restrained, beat and tattooed a man in an effort to obtain payment for drugs, the evidence was properly admitted. The victim was threatened with ...

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Enhancement; Career Offender

Where a District Court applied a career-offender enhancement to defendant’s sentence for pleading guilty to 11 robberies based on five prior robbery convictions, the previous convictions did not occur on the same occasion and were not part of a common ...

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Civil Opinions BANKRUPTCY Turnover Duty; Possession; Check Funds Where a Chapter 7 debtor?s petition did not list several checks which had been written prior to his filing but not yet honored, the trustee could not compel the debtor to turn ...

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BANKRUPTCY Foreclosure Sale; Property Transfer; Motion To Set Aside Where a debtor moved to set aside a property transfer from a foreclosure sale, the grant of the debtor’s request must be reversed and remanded for the District Court to determine ...

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BANKS AND BANKING Financial Institution Bond; Forgery Where bank held a standard financial institution bond for indemnification against loans secured by a forged signature, the District Court properly found that the bank was not covered for losses sustained when a ...

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ADMINISTRATIVE Fish and Wildlife; Goose Hunting; Use of Land Where landowners sought a declaratory judgment regarding the use of their land for goose hunting following decisions of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency’s determinations were not shown to ...

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CIVIL OPINIONS Civil Practice Release Where a plaintiff settled and signed a release in his medical malpractice case against his doctors, the doctors could assert the release and settlement as an affirmative defense that precluded plaintiff’s mother from bringing a ...

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