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Trademarking Counterfeiting Convictions Vacated (access required)

In their prosecution of two defendants for a scheme to import and resell counterfeit pieces of computer networking equipment, including some with a Cisco Systems trademark, the government’s theory of prosecution based on a “material alteration” theory of counterfeiting trademarks ...

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Officer’s Testimony Proved Speeding, DUI (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s bench trial convictions for speeding and misdemeanor driving under the influence  of alcohol; the arresting officer’s observations suffice to prove speeding regardless whether his speedometer was calibrated; defendant’s Fourth Amendment objections to the stop ...

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