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The defendant, Evans, committed second degree identity theft by forging his name on a stolen business check and then cashing the check.
The Supreme Court of the State of Washington affirmed judgment of the initial trial court.
The defendant, Patricia Harper, committed theft by unauthorized taking. Previously she has already been two times convicted of the same crime.
The court affirmed ruling that denied defendant’s motions to exclude evidence of c...
The defendant, Lopez, lured the victim, who had been wearing a considerable amount of jewelry, to the railroad tracks to rob him. Thereafter, Lopez attacked him with a karate chop to the throat, stole his necklace and left him to die.
The appellant, Jesus Juarez-Gonzalez, has been unlawfully present in the United States after deportation,. To that the presentence investigation report. The PSR recommended an eight-level enhancement under USSG § 2L1.2(b)(1)(C) on the basis of Juarez’s three prior c...
The defendant, Noe Mendez-Guerra, possession marijuana in excess of 100 kilograms with intent to distribute. He has had the criminal history of misdemeanor theft conviction. His criminal conduct appeared to be similar to either the offense of an insufficient funds check or...