4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Bennett v. Garner (P)

Contrary to the district court’s holding, the appellant’s claims against his former employer were not precluded under Virginia’s doctrine of res judicata. Seeking to collect on a state-court judgment, he couldn’t have brought the claims at the time of his… Read More ›

United States v. Ross (P)

The district court failed to explain why it imposed the defendant’s term of confinement and to address his non-frivolous arguments in favor of a lower sentence. These omissions render his sentence procedurally unreasonable. The district court didn’t address or consider… Read More ›