Friday, July 26, 2013

Grasso v. US, No. 10-50116 (July 26, 2013)(Ikuta with Nguyen; partial concurrence and partial dissent by berzon).

The 9th affirmed convictions for money laundering, various frauds, and conspiracy. It held there was sufficient evidence. Berzon dissented on the money laundering, arguing that the gov't introduced no evidence that the funds were profits as opposed to gross receipts. She concurred on the affirming of other counts, but wrote separately to caution that the defendant had to be part of a conspiracy to be convicted, and not merely have knowledge.


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