April 20, 2018

Tenth Circuit: Revised Opinions in Mortgage Fraud Conspiracy Cases

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals revised its opinion in United States v. Irvin on Thursday, March 22, 2012.

The Tenth Circuit granted panel rehearing and issued a revised opinion for the case decided August 31, 2011. “In this regard, [the Court noted] that because no petition for rehearing was filed in companioned matter, United States v. Irvin, [with United States v. Miller,] the mandate issued in the normal course on September 22, 2011. Because the grant of rehearing in [Miller] necessarily impacts the Irvin opinion, however, [the Court] sua sponte recall the mandate in that case and likewise direct the clerk to file the attached new decision in that appeal.

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