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US v. Robinson, No. 07-3127

By FindLaw Staff on December 01, 2009 1:07 PM

Defendants' drug and racketeering conspiracy sentences are affirmed where 1) despite the district court's occasional imprecision, it plainly accepted defendants' guilty pleas and left them "no reasonable basis" for thinking otherwise; 2) the district court did not impermissibly intrude on the plea-bargaining process; and 3) the district court was not required to hold an evidentiary hearing on the plea agreement.

Read US v. Robinson, No. 07-3127

Appellate Information

Argued September 21, 2009

Decided December 1, 2009


Opinion by Judge Henderson


For Appellants:

Kristen Grim Hughes, Edward C. Sussman and Mary E. Davis, Washington, DC

For Appellee:

Amanda J. Winchester, Roy W. McLeese III, Elizabeth Trosman, and John Philip Dominguez, Assistant United States Attorneys

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