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Jury instruction did not violate the Fifth Amendment (access required)

Claims by a defendant convicted of conspiracy in a luxury car scheme that a judge’s jury instruction constructively amended the indictment against him in violation of the Fifth Amendment, was rejected, as the instruction did not alter the element of the offense charged. Background The case against Lamine Camara centered on his involvement in Ray Ekobena’s luxury ...