United States v. Natera-Sosa ( 1999 )


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  •  [NOT FOR PUBLICATION--NOT TO BE CITED AS PRECEDENT]
                United States Court of Appeals
                    For the First Circuit
    
    No. 98-1790
    
                         UNITED STATES,
    
                           Appellee,
    
                               v.
    
    OSIRIS NATERA-SOSA, a/k/a SEALED DEFENDANT 4, a/k/a NIKE,
    
                     Defendant, Appellant.
    
          APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    
                FOR THE DISTRICT OF PUERTO RICO
    
       [Hon. Jess A. Castellanos, U.S. Magistrate Judge]
    
                             Before
    
                     Lynch, Circuit Judge,
                Bownes, Senior Circuit Judge,
                  and Lipez, Circuit Judge.
    
    Alexander Zeno on brief for appellant.
    Guillermo Gil, United States Attorney, Nelson Perez-Sosa,
    Assistant United States Attorney, and Michelle Morales, Assistant
    United States Attorney, on brief for appellee.
    
    March 11, 1999
    
    Per Curiam.  Upon careful review of the briefs and record, we
    perceive no clear error in the enhancement of defendant's sentence
    under U.S.S.G.  3B1.1(c).  The information available to the
    district court, including among other things the pre-sentence
    report and the suppression hearing, adequately supported the
    finding that defendant was a supervisor and organizer in the
    conspiracy.  We will not set aside the district court's fact-
    specific decision.  See United States v. Cruz, 
    120 F.3d 1
    , 3 (1st
    Cir. 1997).
    Affirmed.  See 1st Cir. Loc. R. 27.1.
    

Document Info

DocketNumber: 98-1790

Filed Date: 3/12/1999

Precedential Status: Non-Precedential

Modified Date: 12/21/2014