USA v. Michael Carona
FILED OPINION (JOHN T. NOONAN, RICHARD R. CLIFTON and JAY S. BYBEE) It does not appear to us that there was a violation of Rule 2-100 by the prosecutors in this case, but even if there had been, the district court s decision to deny Carona s motion to suppress and other requested relief was not an abuse of discretion. Carona s conduct violated 18 U.S.C. 1512(b)(2)(A), UNITED STATES v. CARONA 437 and consequently the district court properly denied Carona s motions to arrest judgment and for a judgment of acquittal. AFFIRMED.. Judge: JTN , Judge: RRC Authoring, Judge: JSB . FILED AND ENTERED JUDGMENT. 
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