United States v. Anderson, Jr.

Docket Number: 12-10344
Judge: Callahan
Opinion Date: December 19, 2013

Defendant appealed his conviction for criminal copyright infringement based on his sale of Adobe software. The court applied the willfulness standard for criminal copyright cases as recently clarified in United States v. Liu and concluded that the jury instruction was flawed but did not rise to the level of plain error; the evidence of uncharged acts was properly admitted as intrinsic to the charged conduct and the court affirmed the conviction; and the district court erred in failing to award restitution reflecting the victim’s actual loss and the court vacated the restitution order and remanded for reconsideration. View “United States v. Anderson, Jr.” on Justia Law

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