US v. Phillipo
Appellee: UNITED STATES
Defendant - Appellant: ROBEL KIDANE PHILLIPOS, a/k/a Robel Phillipos
Case Number: 15-1716
Filed: June 17, 2015
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other

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February 24, 2017 Summary United States v. Phillipos
August 3, 2017 Summary US v. Phillipos

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February 24, 2017 Opinion or Order Filing 107122008 OPINION issued by David J. Barron, Appellate Judge; Bruce M. Selya, Appellate Judge and Norman H. Stahl, Appellate Judge. Published. [15-1716]
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Appellee: UNITED STATES
Represented By: John A. Capin
Represented By: Dina Michael Chaitowitz
Represented By: B. Stephanie Siegmann
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Defendant - appellant: ROBEL KIDANE PHILLIPOS, a/k/a Robel Phillipos
Represented By: Adam Boyd
Represented By: Susan Brooks Church
Represented By: Derege B. Demissie
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