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US v. Warren, No. 09-1228

By FindLaw Staff on January 28, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Conviction of a defendant for bank robbery and using a firearm during a robbery at the second trial after the jury in the first trial was unable to reach a verdict is affirmed where: 1) double jeopardy did not bar defendant's second trial as defendant has not shown any error, let alone plain error, in the district court's decision to discharge the first jury; and 2) the circumstantial evidence supports a finding of guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.       

Read US v. Warren, No. 09-1228

Appellate Information

Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, Fort Wayne Division

Decided January 27, 2010


Before:  Easterbrook, Chief Judge, Manion, and Tinder, Circuit Judges

Opinion by Circuit Judge Tinder

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