Taylor v. United States, 495 U.S. 575 (1990), was a U.S. Supreme Court decision
that filled in an important gap in the federal criminal law of sentencing.
Holding: Because the Hobbs Act criminalizes robberies and attempted robberies
that affect any commerce “over which the U.S. has jurisdiction,' the prosecution ...
Jun 20, 2016 ... TAYLOR v. UNITED STATES. Syllabus an economic 'class of activities' that have
a substantial effect on in- terstate commerce,” Gonzales v.
U.S. Supreme Court. Taylor v. United States, 495 U.S. 575 (1990). Taylor v. ... In
imposing an enhanced sentence upon Taylor, the District Court rejected his ...
Jan 13, 2016 ... Taylor v. United States. Docket number: 14-6166. Supreme Court Term: 2015
Term. Federal Court: Supreme Court. Court Level: Supreme ...
DAVID ANTHONY TAYLOR,. Petitioner, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,.
Respondent. ... Petitioner, David Anthony Taylor was the defendant in the district
Feb 29, 2016 ... Last week the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Taylor v. United States.
The issue raised by the petitioner, David Taylor, is whether the ...
Oct 1, 2015 ... Here, the Government met its burden by introducing evidence that Taylor's gang
intentionally targeted drug dealers to obtain drugs and drug ...
Jun 24, 2016 ... The Supreme Court's opinion in Taylor v. United States shows that the Hobbes
Act must change. (Photo: KevinDietsch/UPI/Newscom) ...
Jul 21, 2016 ... In Taylor v United States (2016), the U.S. Supreme Court held that “commerce”
under the Hobbs Act should be interpreted broadly.