United States v. Gibson

In advance of the defendant’s trial for several fraud offenses, the court declined to categorically exclude evidence that the victims were elderly and that the funds came from their retirement savings. However, the court granted the defendant’s motion to exclude evidence that the fraud exhausted the victims’ resources more generally in collateral, rather than actual, losses.

United States v. Gibson, No. 2:17cr126, Oct. 9, 2018. EDVA at Norfolk (Davis).



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