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US v. Miles, No. 08-5128

By FindLaw Staff on July 13, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Defendant's conviction for filing false tax returns is affirmed where the district court did not deny defendant the right to self-representation because it reasonably believed that he waived his right to self-representation after the jury was dismissed, and it allowed him to resume representing himself as soon as he reasserted his desire to proceed pro se at his sentencing hearing.

Read US v. Miles, No. 08-5128

Appellate Information

Filed July 13, 2009


Opinion by Judge Hartz


For Appellant:

Julia L. O'Connell, Federal Public Defender, Tulsa, Oklahoma

For Appellee:

David E. O'Meilia, United States Attorney, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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