05/21/2010 09:35:00 AM EST
United States v. Rigas, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 9670 (3d Cir. May 12, 2010)
Core Terms: conspiracy, indictment, defraud, double jeopardy,
commit, duplicity, overt act, conspiracy to defraud, single offense, collateral
estoppel, stock, separate offenses, duplicitous, sentence, family members,
convicted, firearm, conspiracy to commit, statutory provisions, quotation, wire
fraud, citations omitted, totality-of-the-circumstances, jeopardy, double, tax
evasion, distinct offenses, multiple punishments, conspiratorial, conspiring
G. McMichael, Esq. (ARGUED) Matthew P. Faranda-Diedrich, Esq., Patrick M.
Northern, Esq., Dilworth Paxson, Philadelphia, PA; Joseph U. Metz, Esq.,
Dilworth Paxson, Harrisburg, PA, Counsel for Appellants.
Alan Hechtkopf, Esq., Alexander P. Robbins, Esq. (ARGUED) United States
Department of Justice, Washington, DC; George J. Rocktashel, Esq., Office of
United States Attorney, Williamsport, PA, Counsel for Appellees.
JUDGES: Before: McKEE, Chief Judge, SCIRICA, RENDELL, BARRY, AMBRO,
FUENTES, SMITH, FISHER, CHAGARES, JORDAN, and HARDIMAN, Circuit Judges. RENDELL,
Circuit Judge, with whom SCIRICA, CHAGARES and HARDIMAN, Circuit Judges, join -
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