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No Convictions for ‘Merged’ Money Laundering (access required)


A defendant who bought and “flipped” properties in an extensive mortgage fraud scheme cannot overturn his fraud and conspiracy convictions with challenges to the district court’s evidentiary and loss calculation rulings, but the 4th Circuit reverses multiple money laundering convictions as “merged” with other offenses, and vacates an order requiring defendant to reimburse his court-appointed ...

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