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  • 406 F.3d 1149 (9th Cir. 2005), 04-10193, United States v. Kimbrew

    ... Cochran, appeals his conviction and sentence for conspiracy to commit money laundering. In an ... for being in the business of receiving and selling stolen property can apply to a ...

  • 292 F.3d 152 (3rd Cir. 2002), 01-1738, Carter v. McGrady

    ..., 1994, Carter signed an inmate personal property receipt and accepted delivery of the typewriter. ... misconduct report charging Carter with receiving stolen property. At the disciplinary hearing on he charge, Carter was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days disciplinary custody in the RHU. ...

  • 358 U.S. 415 (1959), 137, Heflin v. United States

    ...§ 2113, by taking property by force and violence and assaulting and ... the taking, in violation of § 2113(d), receiving the stolen property, in violation of § 2113(c), ...He was sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on the first of these ...

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  • 20 F.3d 204 (6th Cir. 1994), 93-1345, United States v. Warshawsky

    ..., and Ted, appeal their convictions and sentences for conspiring to transport stolen auto parts, in ... be sustained since most of the "stolen" property they purchased was not actually stolen. The ... does not commit the federal crime of receiving stolen property unless the property at issue was ...

  • 174 U.S. 47 (1899), 164, Kirby v. United States

    ... of a person charged with feloniously receiving and having in his possession with intent to ... postage stamps which had been feloniously stolen, taken, and carried away from a post office by ... evidence against said receiver, that the property of the United States therein described has been ... of that offense, and had been duly sentenced upon such conviction.         It was ...

  • 765 F.3d 141 (2nd Cir. 2014), 12-4617, United States v. Fofanah

    Defendant appealed his conviction and sentence for conspiracy to transport stolen vehicles, transportation of stolen vehicles, and possession of stolen vehicles. The court concluded that it need not decide whether the district court erred in issuing the conscious avoidance instruction in this case because, if the instruction was in error, any such error was harmless. Further, the district court...

    ... a jury trial of conspiracy to transport stolen vehicles, transportation of stolen vehicles, and ... another for being in the business of receiving and selling stolen property. We conclude that ... hold that Fofanah's challenges to his sentence must fail. Judge Leval joins in this per curiam ...

  • __ U.S. __ (2016), 14-1096, Torres v. Lynch

    Any alien convicted of an “aggravated felony” after entering the U.S. is deportable, ineligible for several forms of discretionary relief, and subject to expedited removal, 8 U.S.C. 1227(a)(2)(A)(iii), (3). An “aggravated felony” is defined as any of numerous offenses listed in Section 1101(a)(43), each of which is typically identified either as an offense “described in” a specific federal...

    ... penultimate sentence states that each enumerated crime is an. ... receiving a ransom for kidnapping, see § 1101(a)(43)(H);. ... activity as receiving stolen property, see §. 1101(a)(43)(G), or ...

  • 365 U.S. 551 (1961), 79, Milanovich v. United States

    ... District Court for stealing government property in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 641, and the wife s convicted also on a separate count for receiving and concealing part of the same property in ... the larceny conviction, the husband was sentenced to imprisonment for five years and the wife for ... count for receiving and concealing the stolen currency.1 Both petitioners were sentenced to ...

  • 889 F.3d 249 (5th Cir. 2018), 16-51427, United States v. Fillmore

    The Fifth Circuit vacated in part and remanded in part defendant's 51 month sentence for conspiracy to maintain a chop shop. The court held that defendant was not "in the business" of receiving and selling stolen property and thus the district court erroneously applied a two level sentencing enhancement under USSG 2B6.1(b)(2). The court affirmed the district court's application of a two level...

    ... within-Guidelines sentence of 51 months based partly on a. two-level ... of receiving and selling stolen property. We conclude. ...

  • 93 F.3d 555 (9th Cir. 1996), 95-50341, United States v. Polanco

    ... the district court's enhancement of his sentence, under United States Sentencing Guidelines ... statements the suspect made after receiving Miranda warnings and validly waiving his or her ... section 844(i) is that the [destroyed] property was 'used in' or 'used in any activity affecting' ... the defendant was apprehended driving the stolen car, and a revolver was found in a compartment in ...

  • 977 F.2d 698 (1st Cir. 1992), 92-1639, United States v. St. Cyr

    ... clothier and successfully exchanging stolen sweaters for cash, defendant-appellant John L. ... to two counts of possessing stolen property (each count representing a successful exchange). ...1 Appellant received a pre-guidelines sentence on the first count (two years) and a concurrent ...Cyr was "in the business of receiving and selling stolen property.." U.S.S.G. § ...

  • 644 F.3d 1213 (11th Cir. 2011), 06-14934, United States v. Bradley

    ...          The district court sentenced the Bradleys and Tellechea to terms of ... to sell their excess Recombinate after receiving reimbursement for the medication from Medi-Cal or ... of money laundering, transportation of stolen goods, and failure to disclose foreign financial ... artifice to defraud another of money or property, and (2) uses or ‘ causes' the use of the mails ...

  • 620 F.2d 446 (5th Cir. 1980), 78-5759, United States v. Forrest

    ... jury on one count of knowingly buying, receiving and possessing a stolen shipment of eggs in ...         Maxine Forrest was sentenced to five years' imprisonment on each count, with ... is with respect to differently situated property. The court concluded that because seized luggage ...

  • Plea Bargaining: From Patent Unfairness to Transparent Justice.

    ... overly harsh penalties and mandatory sentences for a large number of offenses. Recent evidence ..., reducing terms of prison sentences for property and drug offenses (84) and re-classifying certain ... will be served, the judge may, after receiving a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, hearing the ... is $950 or less: petty theft, receiving stolen property, and forging/writing bad checks"; it ...

  • 378 F.3d 173 (2nd Cir. 2004), 02-2632, Abimbola v. Ashcroft

    ..." as "a theft offense (including receipt of stolen property) or burglary offense for which the term ...§ 924(e). That statute provides a sentence enhancement for a defendant who is convicted for ... "[a] person is guilty of larceny by receiving stolen property if he receives, retains, or ...

  • 454 F.3d 390 (4th Cir. 2006), 04-4549, United States v. Moye

    ...§ 922(g)(1), and possession of stolen firearms, id. § 922(j). For the reasons stated ...On July 19, 2004, Moye was sentenced to thirty months' imprisonment. He filed a timely ...2003) (setting forth elements for receiving stolen firearms under § 922(j)). .... . control over property." Black's Law Dictionary 1201 (8th ed. 2004). ...

  • 767 F.2d 1259 (8th Cir. 1985), 84-2002, United States v. Johnson

    ...         A brown 1981 Cadillac was stolen from a dealership in St. Louis, apparently given ... transport in interstate commerce stolen property valued at $5,000 or more, and knowingly ...Appealing a conviction for receiving stolen goods, one of the buyers asserted that the ...; and enhancement of the defendant's sentence based on the prior conviction. Farrow v. United ...

  • 414 U.S. 395 (1974), 72-1168, United States v. Maze

    ... to defraud or for obtaining money or property by means of false pretenses for the purpose of ... bank that his credit card had been stolen.        Upon respondent's return to ... he had received a concurrent five-year sentence, it should also consider the mail fraud ...Upon receiving a telegram stating that the check had been paid, ...

  • TECHNOLOGICAL INCARCERATION AND THE END OF THE PRISON CRISIS.

    ...--if not ending--mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent [sic] drug offenses, restoring the ...) Certain states lowered prison terms for property and drug offenses, (94) and in 2014, California ... involved is $950 or less: petty theft, receiving stolen property, and forging/writing bad checks"; ...

  • 739 F.2d 702 (2nd Cir. 1984), 896, United States v. Johnpoll

    ... of one count of conspiring to transport stolen securities and the proceeds from the sale of ... 3 On September 20, 1983, Judge Carter sentenced Johnpoll to five (5) years imprisonment on the ... be drawn from his possession of stolen property, (4) failing to direct an acquittal on the ground ..., who had a prior Swiss conviction for receiving stolen securities, feared that the securities ...

  • 424 U.S. 544 (1976), 74-1141, United States v. Gaddis

    ...§ 2113(a), with possessing the funds stolen in the robbery (Count 3), in violation of § ...(d), and thereafter found guilty and sentenced on all counts. The Court of Appeals reversed, and ... allow a jury to convict the accused of receiving and possessing the same money taken in the same ... . stolen property.11 The trial judge refused to instruct the jury ...

  • 291 F.3d 1201 (9th Cir. 2002), 98-50452, U.S. v. Corona-Sanchez

    ...)(G) and therefore justifies increasing a sentence for unlawful reentry pursuant to 8 U.S.C. § ... is a "theft offense (including receipt of stolen property) or burglary offense for which the term ...(b)(2)(A)(ii), (B)(i); (4) barred from receiving voluntary departure, id. § 1229c(a)(1); (5) ...

  • 261 F.3d 1244 (11th Cir. 2001), 99-10045, Mohammed v Ashcroft

    ... court in 1996 to two counts of dealing in stolen property. Under a subsequent amendment to the ...Mohammed was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment on each of the two ... in July 1996 to the two charges of receiving stolen property in violation of Florida law, the ...

  • 237 U.S. 632 (1915), 685, Morgan v. Devine

    ... a post office and the other of stealing property belonging to the Post Office Department, may be ...§§ 190 and 192, of the Penal Code, and sentenced separately under each, was not, after having ... section is complete when the property is stolen, if it belonged to the Post Office Department, ... was charged in separate counts with receiving compensation in violation of the act, and also ...