Monthly Archives: February 2014

United States v. Breton, 740 F. 3d 1 (1st Cir.), January 2014

In May 2012, appellant was found guilty of producing, possessing, and distributing child pornography.  He appeals the admission of certain statements made by his wife, sufficiency of the evidence, admission of certain other incriminating evidence, and the sentence.  We will … Continue reading

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United States v. Airman First Class McIntyre, 2014 WL 487093 (A.F.Ct.Crim.App.)) January 2014

This case came before the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) via interlocutory appeal (Article 62, UCMJ) by the Government.  The basis of the appeal stems from the trial judge’s ruling to suppress all oral and written statements by … Continue reading

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United States v. Post, 2014 WL 345992 (S.D.Tex.), January 2014

This is a district court Judge’s ruling on a motion, which has not yet withstood appellate scrutiny.  However the issue presented is important to capture emerging trends in the field. Facts: An image of child pornography was uploaded to a … Continue reading

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United States v. Riquene, 2014 WL 169662 (C.A.11 (Fla.)), January 2014

Appellant was found guilty of production of child pornography and making a false statement to the FBI. He argues on appeal, that the Judge erred in denying his presentation of a mistake of age defense, as well as the introduction … Continue reading

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