Wednesday, October 21, 2009

More Flores-Figueroa

In United States v. Ross, the Court (Barkett, Pryor, Kravitch) found that a defendant's stipulation that she "used a social security number belonging to an M.D." and her confession that she "used my name and someone else's social security number" satisfied the willfulness requirements imposed on aggravated identity fraud convictions under §1028A by Flores-Figueroa.

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